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Lions Will Not Raise 2011 Ticket Prices

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.

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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.

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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.