The Detroit Lions are offering a new ticket option that will allow fans to sit in random seats for eight games during the season.
The new limited-time ticket option, dubbed the “Stadium Pass,” guarantees fans access to eight different games, including two preseason and six regular season matches. The pass is $199, equating $25 per game, and based on availability, fans will be given a mobile-only ticket in a different seat location each time. One day before the game, the ticketholder will receive the new seat location via their phone. The Stadium Pass is available on a first-come, first served basis.
The preseason games are against the New England Patriots and the Buffalo Bills, while the regular season games include competitors the Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs, Minnesota Vikings, New York Giants, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Green Bay Packers.
In correspondence with the NFL’s digital ticketing policies this year, fans will only be able to enter Ford Field stadium with digital tickets. Fans can access tickets from the Detroit Lions Official App. However, according to the team’s website, the Stadium Pass can not be resold.
Check out the full list of qualifying games below.
Detroit Lions Stadium Pass Qualifying Games 2019
August 8 – New England Patriots (preseason)
August 23 – Buffalo Bills (preseason)
September 15 – Los Angeles Chargers
September 29 – Kansas City Chiefs
October 20 – Minnesota Vikings
December 15 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
December 29 – Green Bay Packers