It is almost like having zero playoff success for over three decades has made the people of Detroit playoff-hungry. We noted in a recent article how expensive Detroit Lions tickets are for their Divisional Round clash with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Ford Field this weekend. It turns out that those ticket prices aren’t just high; they are actually historically high.
Tickpick.com is a great resource for ticket prices, and they show that the average secondary market ticket for the game on Sunday is just under $1,200. In context, the previous high mark for a Divisional Round game was set just last year when the Dallas Cowboys hosted the San Francisco 49ers. The price for those tickets (on average) was just over $600, about half the price that it will cost to watch the upcoming matchup in MoTown.
The cheapest tickets at Immortal Seats are just under $800 for Upper Deck seats. We then have tickets available at multiple price ranges, with the most expensive secondary market seat we offer being club seats selling for just under $8,000. The Detroit public made their game against the Los Angeles Rams the most expensive Wild Card ticket ever. They are set to repeat that trick – and hopefully repeat with a win – on Sunday.