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The Pistons average ticket price for the NBA regular season games has stayed at an affordable rate of $25 or under for the last five seasons. The largest decrease of ticket pricing was during the 2012-2013 season with a dip from $25 to $17, which was a 29% drop. The next three season prices fluctuated around the $20 mark of only a couple of dollars, keeping a steady price range through 2013-2015. The average ticket price for the Detroit Pistons regular season NBA games for 2016 has hit an all-time high over the six seasons, selling for $45, an increase of 125% from the previous season.

Detroit Pistons Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 10/28/2016)

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2016 Pistons Season Preview

The Detroit Pistons made great positive strides as a team last season with their first showing in the NBA playoffs since 2009. Even though they lost to the Cavaliers in the first round the Pistons' season was an improvement with a record of 44-38, which was their first winning season since the 2007-2008 season. Detroit has an exciting 2016-2017 season with a talented young core group with returning players: Andre Drummond, Reggie Jackson and Tobias Harris, as well as new additions: Ish Smith and Jon Leuer. The Detroit Pistons head coach Stan Van Gundy has known that it is crucial for him to improve one of last season worst benches in the league; with his work this summer it seems that these key positions have been filled to fix this issue. Expect an exciting 2016-2017 season for the Pistons as they are expected to jump to 4th in the Eastern Division as well as take another shot at the playoffs. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Pistons at home or on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for the Detroit Pistons’ tickets.

Detroit Pistons Basketball at The Palace of Auburn Hills

Address: 6 Championship Dr, Auburn Hills, Michigan 48326

The Pistons play their home games at The Palace of Auburn Hills, located just outside Detroit in Auburn Hills, Michigan. When filled to capacity, The Palace holds more than 22 thousand screaming fans. The arena was recently renovated to provide fans with the best possible environment to enjoy an NBA basketball game. The Detroit Pistons home bench is on The Palace of Auburn Hills court side with in front of sections 114 & 115. The Palace of Auburn Hills parking information is covered in our Pistons event guide.

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Detroit Pistons Rivals

Pistons vs. Bulls

One of the best rivalries in the NBA during the late 1980s and early 1990s, these two teams often met in the playoffs when the stakes were at its highest. The Pistons were nicknamed “The Bad Boys” because of their tough, physical, and sometimes questionable style of play; faced the up-and-coming Michael Jordan led Bulls in the playoffs for four straight seasons. Three of those match-ups were in the Eastern Conference Finals with the Pistons winning two of those series.

Pistons vs. Celtics

This rivalry peaked when the Pistons and the Celtics faced each other in the playoffs five times between 1985-1991. With players such as Isiah Thomas, Joe Dumars, Larry Bird, and Kevin McHale participating in this match-up, it is no wonder why this quickly became of the top rivalries in the NBA. After being dormant for many seasons, this rivalry was revitalized in 2008 when the two teams faced each other in the 2008 Eastern Conference Finals.

Pistons vs. Cavaliers

A rivalry that dates back to the 1970s, the Pistons and the Cavaliers have faced each over 200 times during that span. This rivalry peaked in the mid-to-late 2000s when the two teams met in the playoffs three times in a four year span. With Detroit and Cleveland playing in the Eastern Conference, this rivalry will only continue to get better in the years to come.

Pistons in the NBA Finals, Eastern Conference Championships and the NBA Playoffs

The Pistons have established themselves as one of the more successful franchises in the NBA. Detroit has won over 2 NBA titles to go along with 4+ Eastern Conference championships. The Pistons dominated the late 1980s and early 1990s and also the mid-2000s. During that time, Detroit won over 8 division titles and will only add to that number in future seasons.

Detroit Pistons Event Guide

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What time do gates open prior to tipoff at a Pistons game?

Gates open to the general public about 1 hour before game time. The Palace at Auburn Hills is one of the most vibrant arenas in basketball and it is worth it to get there early to walk around and take in the great atmosphere.

Where are good places to eat before a Pistons game?

If you are a fan of pizza you have to check out Buddy’s. With some of the best Detroit style pizza in the world, this small pizza place has a great ambiance and will be one of the best dinning decisions you will make in Michigan. For more adventurous dining, try Asya Middle Eastern Cuisine, or Phoenicia Restaurant. Both places have unbelievable Middle Eastern dishes and traditionally friendly service. If you are looking for great bar food, try Black Lotus Brewing Company or O’Connor’s Public house. Other good options are Sagebrush Cantina, Seoul Garden and Palace Grille.

Where is the best place to park at The Palace of Auburn Hills?

The Palace of Auburn Hills is literally surrounded with parking lots. We recommend trying the south or west lots as they are the largest, and have the most spaces open to the general public. If you are looking to avoid the stress of finding a place to park, purchase a parking pass and get a guaranteed spot in one of the more convenient lots. Parking usually runs between $10 and $40 and it is always best to arrive early.

Does my child need a ticket to a Pistons game?

Children 2 years old or younger do not need a ticket and may sit on a parents lap for the duration of the game. Be prepared to show the gate agent proof of your child’s age for them to be allowed to enter the arena.

Detroit Pistons Preview History

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2015 Detroit Pistons Season Preview

The problem that the Detroit Pistons have faced over the last four seasons of missing the playoffs, has been the lack of a legitimate superstar. While the Pistons still may not have an elite caliber player on their team in 2015, they do come with one of the most well rounded rosters that Detroit has put together in years. Brandon Jennings will once again be the focal point of the Detroit Pistons offense, with forwards Ersan Ilyasova, and Aron Baynes expected to play big minutes for the Pistons. While it may be early to call the 2015 Detroit Pistons title contenders, they benefit from what has been a weak bottom half of the Eastern Conference. Two teams from the East reached the NBA playoffs a season ago with records under 500. The Pistons look to post their first winning record since 2008, and make the NBA playoffs.

2014 Detroit Pistons Season Preview

The Detroit Pistons came into the 2013-14 season with high expectations. Chauncey Billups returned to mo-town, and Maruice Cheeks took over the helm of the Pistons. But the season ended much like the Piston’s season before it, with a 29-53 record, and no trip to the NBA Playoffs. Enter the 2014-15 Detroit Pistons schedule and the team has received a huge facelift. Billups, Meeks, and Charlie Villanueva are all gone. But the Pistons added a serious amount of talent in D.J. Augustin, Josh Brostic, Lorenzo Brown, Caron Butler, and Brian Cook. Stan Van Gundy has taken over at Detroit’s helm, and looks to mold the new look Pistons into an NBA Playoff contender. Look for Brandon Jennings to have a bounce back season, and for the Detroit Pistons to be in the thick of the playoff hunt late in the season in 2014-15.

2013 Detroit Pistons Season Preview

Chauncey Billups is back in Motown and Maurice Cheeks is hoping he can bring some veteran leadership to a Pistons team that sorely needs it. Also joining Detroit in the offseason were Brandon Jennings, Josh Smith an #8 overall pick Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. The scoring will definitely be up this season and the defense should hold steady with Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe in the front court alongside them. Kyle Singler will likely come off the bench while Rodney Stuckey battles for his starting spot with Caldwell-Pope. Thing could be looking up quick for the Pistons. Detroit will be on the road to start the season, opening in Memphis against a talented Grizzlies team. The first home game will be on Nov. 3 when the new-look Celtics team coming into Palace of Auburn Hills. Other key home games will be vs. Chicago on Nov. 27, vs. Miami on Dec. 8, and vs. a re-tooled Brooklyn team on Dec. 13.

2012 Detroit Pistons Season Preview

The Detroit Pistons have gone into full rebuilding mode in the wake of their 25-41 record during the 2011-12 season, and have begun shedding some of the bloated veteran contracts that have hamstrung the team in recent years. In the first year under new head coach Lawrence Frank, the Pistons saw the retirement of longtime forward Ben Wallace, as well as a major trade that sent shooting guard Ben Gordon to the Charlotte Bobcats. With a strong 2012 draft class and a series of role player signings, the Pistons hope that the coming season will be another step forward in the team's development to get back into contention in the Eastern Conference playoff race. In return for Ben Gordon, the Pistons received forward Corey Maggette, a longtime veteran who should provide stability on the Pistons' bench. The Pistons built their roster in the offseason largely through the draft and took a huge chance with center Andre Drummond from the University of Connecticut with the ninth selection. While Drummond is not as polished as other prospects in his draft range, he could become a major cog in the Pistons' rebuilding plan. The team also picked up forwards Khris Middleton and Kyle Singler, which should add more talent to an already cluttered position. Finally, the team may have drafted a steal in guard Kim English, who will become the immediate backup to Rodney Stuckey at the shooting guard position. Looking ahead to the 2012-13 season, the Pistons lineup looks to be rather strong, with Brandon Knight manning the point guard position and coming along nicely in his development. At forward, the Pistons have plenty of options, but will continue to rely on longtime veterans Tayshaun Prince and Jason Maxiell to handle the starting spots. The team has a glut of talent behind them, including Austin Daye, Charlie Villanueva and a handful of talented rookies as well. Finally, the center position seems to be the strongest on the team, with underrated performer Greg Monroe under the net backed up by their top pick, Andre Drummond. If all the pieces come together at the right time, the Pistons could be a surprise playoff team in the Eastern Conference, but right now their roster looks like it is based more on potential than immediate results. General Manager Joe Dumars has put together a fine plan of eliminating veteran contracts while building through the draft, so only time will tell whether or not the team has made the right decisions for the future of the franchise.

2011 Detroit Pistons Season Preview

The Detroit Pistons are looking to join the Detroit sports renaissance that began with the MLB’s Tigers and NFL’s Lions. That will be up to the young players, and what they have done in the long time since the end of last season, and into the lockout. It will be important for last year’s revelation point guard Rodney Stuckey and center Greg Monroe to continue the youth movement happening in Motown.

2010 Detroit Pistons Season Preview

The Detroit Pistons head into the 2009-2010 season led by new Head Coach John Kuester. Kuester will use his years of basketball experience to revitalize a championship franchise. The Pistons will count on a pair of Uconn grads to led their team; Rip Hamilton and Ben Gordon will be their go-to guys on the offensive end. On defense Ben Wallace returns to protect the basket. If the Pistons can get all of their parts moving in the right direction then watch out for Detroit in the Eastern Conference playoffs. The Detroit Pistons have established themselves as perhaps the most dominant team in the Eastern Conference of the NBA. Led by Chauncey Billups, Rip Hamilton, Tayshaun Prince, and veteran Rasheed Wallace, the Pistons have been the team you have to go through in order to come out of the East and make the NBA Finals. With a bright future and a glorious and gritty past, seeing a Detroit Pistons game at the Palace is a one of a kind experience.

2009 Detroit Pistons Season Preview

The Detroit Pistons have established themselves as perhaps the most dominant team in the Eastern Conference of the NBA. Led by Chauncey Billups, Rip Hamilton, Tayshaun Prince, and veteran Rasheed Wallace, the Pistons have been the team you have to go through in order to come out of the East and make the NBA Finals. With a bright future and a glorious and gritty past, seeing a Detroit Pistons game at the Palace is a one of a kind experience.

Detroit Pistons News

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Detroit Pistons News - 11/30/2016

On Tuesday, the Detroit Pistons beat the Hornets with a 23-point lead even after center Andre Drummond had to sit out for the remainder of the game in the second quarter. The Pistons still hold the No. 17 spot in the power rankings after last week. The Pistons will pay to back-to-back road games for the remainder of the week against the Celtics and Hawks. The average ticket prices for these games are on the low end with averages below $50.

Detroit Pistons News - 11/16/2016

Point guard Reggie Jackson has been out for five weeks with a left knee injury but is looking to return within the next week or two. Last week, the Detroit Pistons were able to win their first road game of the regular season against the Nuggets, with a final score of 106-95. The Pistons have two more road games this week at the Knicks and the Cavs, these tickets are averaging above $80 for each matchup. The week of games will end in Detroit when they host the Celtics at Palace of Auburn Hills.

Detroit Pistons News - 10/31/2016

The Pistons will play two home games this week with the Knicks and the Nuggets visiting the team in Auburn Hills, Michigan. Both games have an average ticket price in the low $30 range. The Detroit Pistons come off of two wins as they enter the second week of regular season games.

 

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