Despite a four-game winning streak to end the 2010 season and a very real opportunity to cash in on the likely added interest in the team in 2011, the Detroit Lions have decided not to raise their ticket prices for next season.â†µ
The Lions slashed season-ticket prices heading into this past season for about 19,000 seats by as much as $20 per game. The last time the Lions raised ticket prices was before the 2008 season, and we all know how that ended (0-16 and a lot of empty seats). Perhaps the Lions are playing superstitious and not messing with things in the midst of a surprising winning streak.â†µ
The Lions sold out seven of eight home games this year and should be a lock to sell out all eight home games in 2011 with continued progress. Get your tickets now.