Where To Buy 2020 Lions Tickets
Detroit Lions tickets are available for sale on the secondary market as of the 2020 schedule release.
Potential Covid-19 Impact On 2020 NFL Schedule
While the schedule release is a much-needed dose of exciting news for all football fans, there are some major questions marks heading into the 2020 season due to the Coronavirus pandemic. While teams know what teams they'll play, that's about all they know. Whether or not the games happen and if fans are able to attend will depend on how the virus is managed over the next 2-3 months. The league has already canceled all of its International Series games, and the league is rightly considering all possible scenarios.
Based on the varying levels of infection in each NFL city and state, it's possible that some teams may be able to host fans at a reduced capacity while others may not. The Dolphins announced a preliminary plan last week, with a 25% of capacity goal. Based on the below NFL Covid-19 Safety Index, the Dolphins fall within the low-risk category, just barely.
To create the Safety Index, we compared the active cases in each city or state to the national average and then discounted that product by Rt. Rt is a measure of how fast the virus is spreading in each city and state, most easily tracked through Rt.live.
How Much Are 2020 Detroit Lions Tickets
The cheapest ticket in the NFL, a seat to the Detroit Lions on the secondary market is trending at an average of $142, according to TicketIQ. The price gives fans a great chance to see a live NFL game at a reasonable cost. The average price for a Lions ticket is down 2% from last season, and along with the Buffalo Bill’s $179 average is one of only two teams where it will cost fans less than $200 to get into the stadium.
Season Ticket and Mini Plan Options
Season-ticket information is available on the Lions website, and fans can place a deposit for 2020 season tickets. Season ticket holders get preferred seating locations, savings against single-game tickets, playoff priority and merchandise discounts. Fans can pay for seats in a lump sum or over 12 months.
Club Seating and Premium Options
Ford Field has multiple Club and Premium options, including single-game and premium suites. The Lions also offer several Club and Loge seating choices:
Premium Club Membership: Lions fans can purchase a Premium Club Membership for access to great seats, lounges, exclusive offers and more.
Loge Boxes: These seats offer big, comfy reclining chairs that make you feel like you’re in your living room, but the game is just below. The Loge Boxes are above the Lions sideline, and come with all-inclusive food and beverage, as well as in-seat service.
Club 200: This exclusive Club has a modern feel and ticket holders get access to two complimentary beers or wine and unlimited food, non-alcoholic beverages and water. The Lions cheerleaders visit the lounge before each game, and there are multiple media options. Club 200 is available to season-ticket holders in Section 200.
MGM Tunnel Club: Lions fans can trade high fives with players from the MGM Tunnel Club, a luxury lounge in the tunnel the players use to access the field. The Club is open up to three hours before kickoff and includes unlimited food and non-alcoholic beverages. A cash bar is also available. Fans can watch the game in a lounge-style setting on flat-screen televisions.
Lions Mobile Ticket Policy
The Detroit Lions encourage the use of digital tickets, available on the Detroit Lions app, but season-ticket holders and premium-seating members do receive traditional paper tickets or credentials that may be used for access. The Detroit Lions app can be used to buy, sell or transfer tickets, as well.
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How Much Are 2019 Lions Tickets
As Detroit looks for another playoff berth in 2019, tickets for Lions home games at Ford Field on the secondary market are averaging just $149, which is ranked 28th in the league. The price is 20% greater than last year’s average ticket price. The most expensive game is against the Cowboys, which starts at $135. The cheapest game is the December 15th game which starts at $37.
The most expensive face value tickets directly from the Lions are also for the Cowboys game, with tickets also starting at $129. For the opening game against the Chargers, the cheapest tickets start at $44, while the cheapest ticket available for the Chiefs game starts at $70. Vikings tickets start at $58, Giants tickets start at $51, while the cheapest face price for the Bears is $94, with the best value for Buccaneers game at $47. The final game of the season against the Packers has the cheapest ticket at $67.
Ticket Prices For All Lions Home Games On The 2019 Schedule
September 15 vs. Los Angeles Chargers
- Secondary market average asking price: $107
- Secondary market get-in price: $48
Detroit last played the Chargers in 2015 when they were from San Diego. The Chargers won that contest, 33-28. Since the Chargers moved to Los Angeles, they have gone 9-7 and 12-4 and are coming off a divisional round loss in the 2018 playoffs.
September 29 vs. Kansas City Chiefs
- Secondary market average asking price: $142
- Secondary market get-in price: $74
The Chiefs blew out the Lions in 2015, the last year the teams faced off. The contest was in London, and Stafford was intercepted twice in the 45-10 loss. Stafford hopes to make a better showing against the reigning NFL MVP’s team.
October 20 vs. Minnesota Vikings
- Secondary market average asking price: $145
- Secondary market get-in price: $69
Minnesota swept the season series last year and has won three consecutive games overall against Detroit. The most recent contest was a 27-9 Vikings victory at Ford Field. The Lions scored the first nine points of the game, but Kirk Cousins led Minnesota to three touchdown drives en route to the win.
October 27 vs. New York Giants
- Secondary market average asking price: $126
- Secondary market get-in price: $62
The Lions last faced the Giants in 2017, and Detroit was the victor by the score, 24-10. Although the Lions offensive was not very explosive in the contest, Stafford threw for two touchdowns in the victory.
November 17 vs. Dallas Cowboys
- Secondary market average asking price: $248
- Secondary market get-in price: $133
By far the most expensive contest of the Lions home slate this regular season is against the Cowboys. Unfortunately for Detroit, the Cowboys have been the victors in the three most recent meetings.
November 28 vs. Chicago Bears
- Secondary market average asking price: $165
- Secondary market get-in price: $89
The Lions Thanksgiving game in 2019 is against the visiting Bears. Chicago swept the season series last year after Detroit swept the series the previous year.
December 15 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Secondary market average asking price: $110
- Secondary market get-in price: $38
Detroit has a great recent history against Tampa Bay, as the Lions have won four of the last five meetings. The most recent contest was in 2017 when the Lions won, 24-21. Stafford threw for 381 yards and a touchdown, and Theo Riddick scored two touchdowns.
December 29 vs. Green Bay Packers
- Secondary market average asking price: $152
- Secondary market get-in price: $67
The regular season finale for the Lions is against the Packers. Detroit heads into the 2019 season with four wins in a row against the Packers. The Lions will look to continue their winning streak against Aaron Rogers and company.