Fans will be able to purchase tickets in three different ways. They can call the Lions’ box office at 877-212-8898, buy tickets through the Lions official ticket website or head to the Ford Field Ticket Office in downtown Detroit. Sales for all three methods open at 10 a.m. ET.
Like the last few years, individual tickets will be delivered solely through the Lions’ exclusive ticketing system Flash Seats, which is a paperless method. Fans will be able to gain entry to the game via several different forms of ID, including credit cards or driver’s licenses.
According to the press release, tickets will be as low as $50 for “Roar Zone” seats—a fancy name for the last rows of the upper-level endzone sections.
The Lions have a couple high-profile games this year, so tickets may go fast. Traditionally, Thanksgiving Day tickets sell out the quickest, but the Lions also have a marquee “Sunday Night Football” game against the Pittsburgh Steelers that will be a hot ticket.