The Detroit Pistons are hoping to boost attendance this season and have revealed a set of ticket promotions and packages.
Over the past year, the Pistons ranked 24th in the NBA in home attendance, averaging about 16,486 tickets sold in 41 games at Little Caesars Arena — dropping about 5.6 percent from the year prior. In order to sell more tickets, the Pistons are offering a “Wallside Windows BOGO” two-for-one ticket package with $18 seats in the upper level averaging $9 each for games against the Atlanta Hawks, New York Knicks, and Minnesota Timberwolves. Additionally, fans can purchase the Motor City Pass, which offers seating in the gondola for up to eight games in a calendar month for $89 – the first subscription service the team has offered that allows cancellation at any time.
Families looking to purchase tickets together can consider the Sprite Family Four Pack, consisting of four tickets, four hot dogs, and four soft drinks starting at $99 for all games. In terms of food, families can check out the new affordable concessions offerings like a whole pizza, two bottles of water, two soft drinks, and popcorn for under $50.
Aside from the ticket packages, there are other seats in the stadium that are regularly discounted in price, including the premium club seats, which cost around $180 each and include food and drinks.
“We’re excited about the upcoming season and the range of ticket options we have available to fans this year,” Brad Lott, senior vice president of ticket sales, said in a statement. “Whether you are looking to entertain clients with club seats, spend time with family and friends or visit Little Caesars Arena for the first time, we offer a wide variety of ticket options, pricing and entertainment that makes a Pistons game a great night out.”
For more information about the Pistons’ promotions and ticket packages, visit their website.