49ers vs. Lions ticket prices: How much does it cost to get into NFC Championship Game?

What kind of cash should you expect to shell out to see the Lions fight for a spot in Super Bowl LVII?

Detroit Lions, Jared Goff
Detroit Lions, Jared Goff / Michael Zagaris/GettyImages
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Sunday, the Detroit Lions have an opportunity to earn their first appearance, ever, in the Super Bowl.

They will have to get through a powerhouse in the San Francisco 49ers, though. San Francisco is no stranger to the NFC Championship Game, having made two appearances in the last four years.

Detroit, meanwhile, is in their first NFC Championship since 1992. This one will feature two good quarterbacks, with something very unique between them.

Jared Goff is a former no. 1 overall pick, back in 2016, while Brock Purdy was the very last pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. This marks the first ever postseason meeting between the first and last pick of any draft.

Now, as for the game itself, if you're planning on attending, there are still plenty of tickets to be had.

How much does it cost to get into the NFC Championship Game between the Lions and 49ers?

There are several outlets which still have tickets available, but three of the most reputable are: Ticketmaster, StubHub and Seat Geek.

Let's start with Ticketmaster. If you're looking for the cheapest available, those will start at $445 and you'll find yourself in section 402, which is in the upper deck and corner of the end zone. For the best available seats via Ticketmaster, you'll be set back anywhere from $7,500 to $11,000 per ticket, sitting in section 138VIP.

Sliding on over to StubHub, prices are going to be very similar. If you want to save enough money to buy yourself an extra beer, though, then you might prefer StubHub over Ticketmaster. Here, the cheapest ticket is $433 and you'd be sitting in section 422, which is also an upper, corner end zone view. Now, for the best view in the house (another VIP section) through StubHub, you'll be looking at over $14,000 per ticket.

Finally, for the fans wanting the absolute best price, then Seat Geek is where you'll want to go. They've got tickets as low as $392 each, up in section 422 (again, corner end zone). And, as you could guess, there are some excellent seats still available where you'll be paying in the several thousands per ticket.

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