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Detroit Lions vs. Los Angeles Rams is the hottest ticket of the NFL Playoffs

The demand for Detroit Lions playoff tickets vs. the Los Angeles Rams is out of control and prices are skyrocketing.

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The demand for playoff tickets for the Detroit Lions’ home playoff game against the Los Angeles Rams is through the roof. In fact, resale prices for that game are higher than any other Wild Card matchup in the 2024 NFL Playoffs. Lions fever is sweeping the nation.

According to sports business reporter Darren Rovell, the cheapest ticket on the secondary market website TickPick for Lions vs. Rams is a whopping $552. The next closest is the Cowboys vs. Packers game, which is selling for a minimum of $336 on the secondary market.

Here’s a look at the cheapest available tickets for each playoff game on Ticketmaster (as of 8:20 a.m. ET on Monday)

Lions vs. Rams: $441
Bills vs. Steelers: $322.26
Texans vs. Browns: $175
Cowboys vs. Packers: $161
Buccaneers vs. Eagles: $150
Chiefs vs. Dolphins: $130

It probably shouldn’t come as that big of a surprise that the first Lions home playoff game in 30 years is one of the hottest tickets in sports right now. In fact, it already appears some former players and celebrities are already planning their trips to Ford Field. Former Lions Pro Bowl safety Glover Quin is on his way:

Beyond just being the first playoff game in Detroit in three decades, there are plenty of reasons to want to be at this game. There’s the return of quarterback Matthew Stafford to Detroit for the first time since being traded three years ago. There’s the Jared Goff revenge game angle. There’s also the fact that these are two of the most exciting teams in football with high-powered offenses.

With people willing to pay exorbitant amount of prices for tickets to this game, you know Ford Field is going to be rocking on Sunday night.

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