DETROIT — There is a buzz for this year's Lions team, and the ticket sales for the opener prove it.
The Lions are offering standing room tickets to a regular season game for the first time since 2019. It's the first non-Thanksgiving game since 2017 to have standing room tickets, Dave Birkett of the Free Press reports.
The game against the Eagles is already considered a sell-out, but the Lions say "availability is extremely limited for general admission and premium seats."
Standing room tickets work as a bundle. For $74, fans gain access into Ford Field for the game vs. Philadelphia, and are also guaranteed a seat for Week 2 vs. Washington.