Monday night's game between the Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears is about as hyped up as a regular season game can get. The Lions enter the game 4-0, and this is their first appearance on ESPN's Monday Night Football in 10 years. Even before the 4-0 start a lot of hype surrounded this game, and with how well the Lions have played the demand for tickets is off the charts.
The Lions sold out this game back in August within an hour when individual tickets went up for sale. Tickets for this game on the secondary market are as expensive as I've seen for a Lions game. For example, on StubHub the cheapest tickets currently available to this game still cost a whopping $176.
A couple years ago the Lions struggled to even sell out games. Now they're in a good enough position for Monday's game that they are making 2,000 standing room only tickets available for $50 a pop. The tickets will go on sale at 1 p.m. on Thursday. For more details, click here.
If you are looking for tickets with an actual seat, check out the tickets section on Pride of Detroit.