Lions-Packers tickets pricey but not outrageous

The Detroit News
Anquan Boldin and the Lions host the Packers Sunday night at Ford Field.

Secondary-market tickets for the Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers game at Ford Field on Sunday night are expensive, but perhaps not as pricey as you might have guessed.

As of Friday evening, the cheapest seat was $148 for upper deck end zone. The face value of those tickets is $75.

Middle level and lower level end zone and corner seats varied widely, but the lowest-priced ticket was going for $165.

Standing-room only tickets were the least expensive, selling for $131.

Best seat in the house? That would be lower-level sideline tickets, right on the 50-yard line, going for $1,500 apiece.

The winner of the Lions-Packers game will claim the NFC North Division championship.


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