Lions' season-ticket costs largely holding steady

Justin Rogers
The Detroit News
Matthew Stafford

Allen Park -- After five consecutive years of rising ticket prices, the Detroit Lions have announced the majority of the team's season-ticket packages will stay the same price or decrease for the 2019 season. 

"In 2019, season ticket pricing will be the same or less for 92-percent of members," team president Rod Wood said in a letter sent to season ticket holders.

The letter announced announced a new program called "Lionssurance," which allows fans to apply a percentage of the price for unscanned tickets from up to two games toward their 2020 ticket renewal.

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