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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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