Tom Lewand Confirms What SideLion Report Readers Already Know

He must be perplexed that he had to comment on what SideLion Report readers have known for more than a week. Photo Credit: Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports

The Detroit Lions took the opportunity to put a modest ticket price increase in place following their successful 2011 season.

Prices won’t be going down on the heels of a disappointing 2012 season, but they aren’t going up any more either.

Tom Lewand confirmed that information yesterday. The word quickly spread through the mainstream Detroit sports media sources, although SideLion Report readers have known that for nearly two weeks.

The per game ticket prices as part of a season ticket package and for individually purchased games will be as follows:

Section Season Single
206-208 $200 $240
205,209 $180 $220
229-232 $160 $200
202-204,210-212 $140 $180
228,233 $140 $180
200-201,213-214 $120 $160
226-227, 234-235 $120 $160
330-332 (R 1-9) $120 $160
330-332 (R 10+) $100 $140
LL Sideline (prime) $99 $119
LL Sideline (outside 20s) $91 $105
329,333 $71 $83
LL Corner $69 $81
LL End Zone (R 1-9) $69 $81
LL End Zone (R 10+) $61 $73
328,334 $57 $69
Mezzanine $55 $67
UL Sideline (R 1-5) $55 $67
UL Sideline (R 6+) $42 $52
UL Corner $42 $52
UL End Zone (R 1-9) $42 $52
Roar Zone (R 10+) $35 $47

Topics: Detroit Lions

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