Pistons' tickets cheaper than parking for Opening Night

The Detroit News
Pistons Opening Night is Wednesday.

It's Opening Night for the Pistons.

But you wouldn't be able to tell by checking out the secondary ticket market, where get-in prices to Little Caesars Arena actually are cheaper than parking passes.

As of 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, less than six hours before the Pistons and Brooklyn Nets were to play the season opener, you could still purchased multiple tickets right next to each other for less than $15 apiece.

Hundreds of tickets still were available for less than $20.

In other words, get ready to see a whole lot of black seat covers on the TV.

Meanwhile, the cheapest parking pass available was about $18, and there only were a handful at that price. After that, it jumped to $30.

The Pistons aren't in full-rebuild mode like their LCA co-tenant, the Red Wings, but experts don't expect the moon, either, under first-year coach Dwane Casey.

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