The Detroit Lions have released details on Stadium Pass, a subscription that allows fans access to eight home games for $199 dollars.
Subscription passes are becoming a more common offering around college football and the NFL, and the Lions are releasing their variation of the trend. Fans can purchase a Stadium Pass for $199 per pass and receive access to eight games at Ford Field, including two preseason contests and six regular-season games.
As with most subscription passes, the Lions’ Stadium Pass does not assign fans to a fixed seat throughout the season. Instead, subscribers will receive a different seat location for each game based upon availability. The mobile-only ticket will be delivered 24 hours prior to kickoff.
There are a few other NFL teams offering some type of subscription pass this season, including the Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals. While they are becoming more prominent around the NFL and college football, subscriptions passes had already grown in popularity within professional baseball in recent years. Over the past few seasons, many teams around Major League Baseball and even some in the minors have rolled out passes that essentially allow fans access to a certain number of games for a flat fee.
Image of Ford Field courtesy Detroit Lions.
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