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The Lions average ticket price for regular season NFL games has remained relatively consistent over the last five seasons, managing to stay under $100 up until 2016. The largest increase came during the 2012 season with an increase of 77% moving from $15 average ticket price to $65 average ticket price. The average ticket price for the Detroit Lions regular season NFL tickets for 2017 is currently at $130, which is 15% higher from the previous year.

Detroit Lions Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 7/11/2017)

2018 Lions Playoff Picture

It’s been another year of streaks for the Lions, who are once again led by gunslinger Matthew Stafford and sit at 7-6. Each of Detroit’s losses have come against teams currently in playoff spots or within reach, with four of those losses by seven points or less. Injuries to the offensive line and Stafford’s throwing hand have created some inconsistencies. After a win over the Bucs, the Lions are just a game out of the playoffs currently and hold a tiebreaker with the Packers, whom they face week 17. Detroit Lions tickets for their remaining home games begin at $72 against the Bears (12/16) and $89 against the Packers (12/31).

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2018 Lions Season Preview

The 2017 Detroit Lions schedule is set and fans spent an entire offseason with 26-6 haunting them morning, noon and night. Yes, they made the playoffs, a success for any Lions fan. But they were promptly dispatched 26-6 by the Seattle Seahawks. In fact, it wasn’t much of a game, so for most Lions followers, the season was again a frustrating one. Matthew Stafford is an above average quarterback, but the offense is not. Running backs Theo Reddick, Dwayne Washington, Zach Zenner and Ameer Abdullah shared the rock in the backfield, with Abdullah standing out among the bunch. Marvin Jones, Golden Tate, Eric Ebron and third-round pick Kenny Golladay will be Stafford’s go-to receivers, and from a protection standpoint Detroit signed right tackle Ricky Wagner to a five-year, $47.5 million contract to make sure Matthew gets as much time as possible to bob and weave.

On the defensive side linebacker was a weakness and the good news is Detroit higher-ups are on it. First-round pick Jarrad Davis out of the University of Florida, Jalen Reeves-Maybin from the University of Tennessee, and Paul Worrilow, a one year signee from the Falcons are on board, and this is a massive step up and a welcome one at that. Yet despite all that, the Lions will lean on their offense, and more specifically being able to dink-and-dunk their way to wins. Coach Jim Caldwell is going to have an uphill grind this year and a wildcard would be a victory, period. If running back Abdullah continues to develop and a major signing arrives, things might turn around for Detroit. Otherwise look for the Lions to hover around .500. TicketCity is the place to go for Detroit Lions tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Lions at Ford Field, or supporting Detroit on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Detroit Lions tickets, including home and away games.

Detroit Lions Football at Ford Field

Address: 2000 Brush St #200, Detroit, Michigan, 48226

The Lions play their home games at Ford Field, located in Detroit, Michigan. With a capacity of 65 thousand screaming fans, Ford Field has played host to the Lions since 2002. In addition to state-of-the-art video monitors around the field, Ford Field boasts the best sightlines in the NFL for their fans due to the fact that the upper level is lower than is customary in NFL stadiums. The Detroit Lions home bench is on the Ford Field sideline with sections 102-110, so to be close to the team, look for Detroit Lions tickets in these sections. Ford Field parking information is covered in our Lions event guide.

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Detroit Lions Rivals

As division foes since 1933 and with over 165 meetings, this historical rivalry is listed among the best of all-time in the NFL. These two teams have met every year since 1930 which is the longest-running annual series in the history of the NFL. With both teams combining for over 20 division titles, the stakes are usually at its highest when they meet and the intensity level is hard to match.

This rivalry between two historical franchises dates back to 1930 and is the longest continuously-running rivalry in the NFL as both teams have played twice a year since 1932. With many memorable games throughout the 80+ years, these two teams have established one of the best rivalries in the NFL and will only add to that in the years to come.

With many close games in the 100+ matchups, this rivalry continues to get better as both teams face each other twice a year. The NFC North has been nicknamed the "Black and Blue" division and this matchup lives up to that name as it is always one of the most intense and hard-hitting games in the NFL.

Lions in the Super Bowl, NFC Championship and the NFL Playoffs

The Lions have been in the NFL for more than 80 years, but they are still searching for their first Super Bowl victory. However, they have won multiple NFL Championships as they were one of the more dominant franchises in the 1950s. The Lions helped set the foundation for the NFL to become the success that it is now.

Detroit Lions Event Guide

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Does my child need a ticket to get into a Lions game at Ford Field?

Children two (2) years of age and under will be permitted to enter Ford Field for Detroit Lions home games without a ticket. They must be seated on a parent or guardian's lap and must not interfere with the sightlines and/or enjoyment of other fans.

Where's the best place to park for a Lions game?

Since Ford Field is right next door to the Tigers' Comerica Park, there are lots of parking lots available on game day. We suggest buying a parking pass before you go so you can get into the lots closer to the stadium.

Where's the best place to park for a Lions game?

Since Ford Field is right next door to the Tigers' Comerica Park, there are lots of parking lots available on game day. We suggest buying a parking pass before you go so you can get into the lots closer to the stadium.

How do I get cheap Detroit Lions Tickets?

Cheap Detroit Lions tickets can be found in many ways, but never guaranteed. TicketCity does offer the most competitive prices in the market, but there are many factors that determine ticket price. Depending on how the Lions are doing during the season, or sometimes just who they play against, the ticket prices can vary. For your best shot at cheap Detroit Lions tickets, check out the preseason games, which often sell for less than face value.

Detroit Lions Preview History

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2016 Detroit Lions Season Preview

The team hasn’t won a playoff game since 1991, however the Lions are heading in a new direction as this will be their first year with new general manager, Bob Quinn. Matthew Stafford will return as the team’s star quarterback, and will be assisted on offense by wide receiver Marvin Jones, running back Ameer Abdullah, and their new 2016 first round draft pick - offensive tackle Taylor Decker. The Lions hope to be more successful in the 2016 season after narrowly missing the playoffs last season.

2015 Detroit Lions Season Preview

The Detroit Lions had a stellar season in 2014, winning 11 games and reaching the playoffs for the first time since 2011. Quarterback Matthew Stafford had one of the best seasons of his career and the Lions were one of the best teams in the NFL from week 1. The season ended with a controversial and disappointing loss to the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC Wild Card round. In the offseason the Lions said goodbye to talented, but controversial defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, but were able to bring in veteran Haloti Ngata to try and fill the gap. The Lions also added to their ultra-talented offense by drafting Nebraska running back Ameer Abdullah in the 2nd round. The addition of Abdullah should help solidify a hit or miss running game from last season and help open up the passing lanes for Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson. The big question for the Lions in 2015 will be how much the team will miss the production of Suh. If other members of the Lions defensive line can keep up the same level of play as last year, the Detroit Lions should be an outside Super Bowl contender in 2015.

2014 Detroit Lions Season Preview

The Lions are coming off a tough 7-9 season, and it’s hard to take sometimes when you can see how much talent is on the Detroit roster. The skill positions have some of the best players in the NFL, but even with that the Lions were able to stave off a second-half collapse after starting the year 6-3. Detroit has brought in a few more pieces that should help the Lions challenge Green Bay and Chicago in the NFC North, including WR Golden Tate from the Seahawks in free agency. Another big pick up was first-round pick Eric Ebron out of North Carolina to play TE with Brandon Pettigrew. The Lions are looking to run the ball more, which means Joique Bell and Reggie Bush could be carrying more of the load that is usually placed on Matt Stafford’s shoulders. The Lions season kicks off at home in Ford Field against the NY Giants before a trip to Carolina where they’ll face the tough Panthers defense. The Saints will play in Detroit in October and the Lions will head over to Massachusetts to take on the Patriots in Week 12. The Lions will finish the season against all three division opponents in Weeks 15-17.

2013 Detroit Lions Season Preview

After a disappointing 2012 season that saw the Lions finish just 4-12, Detroit was active in free agency and through the NFL Draft to improve the quality of play fans will see on the field in 2013. The Lions added dynamic running back Reggie Bush to an offense that already includes stars Matt Stafford and Calvin Johnson. Defensively, Detroit added starters in defensive end Jason Jones and safety Glover Quin. Through the NFL Draft, the Lions continued to restock their defense, taking BYU defensive end Ziggy Ansah with the fifth overall pick in the draft, and Mississippi State corner back Darius Slay in the second round. This year's Detroit team will once again boast one of the premiere quarterback/wide receiver combinations in the league with Stafford and Johnson, and with the addition of many new faces to a defense that already included star Ndamukong Suh, the Lions are poised for a much better season in 2013.

2011 Detroit Lions Season Preview

Just two years after going 0-16, the 2010 Detroit Lions exceed some experts expectations by going 6-10. Head coach Jim Schwartz is back to lead a Lions team that is replete with young talent and is looking to build on last year's successes. Quarterback Matthew Stafford has somewhat lived up to the hype after he was drafted as the top pick out of the University of Georgia. It certainly doesn't hurt that he is surrounded by top-tier talent including wide receiver Calvin Johnson and running back Jahvid Best. If Stafford can stay healthy, there's no reason why the Lions can't be among the most prolific offenses in the league this year. As for the Lions' defense, the squad was ranked toward the middle of the pack last season, but that should be a bit different this year. Second year defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh will be joined on the defensive line by rookie Nick Fairley, who was one of the most fearsome defenders in the NCAA last season. The pressure created by Fairley and Suh should take some of the pressure off an inexperienced secondary and a thin linebacking corps.

2010 Detroit Lions Season Preview

The Detroit Lions made history two years ago by becoming the first team to go 0-16, and they slightly improved last year, riding rookie quarterback Matthew Stafford to two wins. They may win a few more games this year, but a playoff berth is still a long shot.

Stafford played in 10 of the team's games last year and would sometimes show flashes of brilliance, such as his five touchdown performance in a 38-37 win over the Cleveland Browns. He certainly has the tools to be successful, as wide receiver Calvin Johnson is one of the most talented at his position in the NFL. The offensive line could be a problem, however, and make life difficult for the Georgia grad. The running game is suspect too, as it puts a lot of pressure on Stafford's right arm.

Detroit needs even more work on defense than on offense. The squad ranked last in passing defense last year, and 25th against the run. The Lions drafted defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh with the second overall pick, and are hoping they can apply the same pressure that he did when he tore through the Big 12 as a junior at Nebraska last year.

While the Lions have a lot of young talent, there are too many holes in their offensive line and defensive backfield for them to make a push to relevancy.

2009 Detroit Lions Season Preview

The Detroit Lions enter the 2009 NFL season with a lot less baggage then previous years. Gone is their former GM Matt Millen and players like Joey Harrington, Charles Rogers and Mike Williams. Instead the Lions will field a team built around playmaking wide out Calvin Johnson and veteran quarterback Daunte Culpepper. Two great things for Lions fans is the number of young, talented players the team has acquired in recent years and the new regime giving them a fresh breath of air. And Lions need to look no further than the NFC for inspiration, because the Arizona Cardinals proved that any team in football has a shot at the Super Bowl.

2008 Detroit Lions Season Preview

The Detroit Lions are one of the most exciting up-and-coming teams in the NFL today. When you attend a Lions game, you'll have the chance to watch perhaps the most talented receiving core in all the NFL in one of the league's newest state-of-the-art venues. Fans have been filling the stands at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan to watch the Lions' offense led by quarterback John Kitna and wide receivers Roy Williams and Calvin Johnson. Go to a Lions game and you'll see how Detroit fans have rallied to support their team.

Detroit Lions News

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Detroit Lions - 10/16/2017

Defensive tackle Haloti Ngata is on the IR and now the pressure will be on Caraun Reid, Datone Jone, Akeem Spence and Jeremiah Ledbetter to fill the void. Talk about a load of guys to fill one dude’s shoes! The Lion’s offense needs a spark, Golden Tate might be poised.

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