Think Lions fans are excited for this season to start?
Single game tickets went on sale Wednesday, and the Detroit Free Press reports that half of the Lions home games are already sold out.
The team says tickets remain for games against the Bengals, Buccaneers, the New York Giants and for the season-opener against the Vikings.
However, limited number of club seats and single seat tickets are all that’s left for games against the Bears, the Cowboys, the Packers and the Ravens.
Should this be a surprise? One might think not, considering that every home game was sold out last season.
And if you want to buy what remaining tickets there are, don’t look to Ticketmaster. The giant ticket selling agency is no handling Lions tickets. Veritix is the Lions new ticket vendor.
The Detroit News reports that’s not the only change regarding tickets. By mid-season, Lions fans will be able to use a flash tickets option, skipping the process of printing tickets purchased online and entering the game with their credit card and ID.
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