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Lions Dropping Ticket Prices in 2009


Per the Detroit Free Press, the Lions will reduce prices for eight percent of all general seating, and will make “significant price reductions” for club seats. The specific cuts will be determined at a later date. “I think it’s safe to assume that we will not increase any prices, whether it’s a season ticket or an individual ticket,” Bob Raymond, Ford Field’s vice president of business operations, told the Free Press. “We’re just not in position to do that with, one, the economy, and two, the way the team has performed.”

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One Response to “Lions Dropping Ticket Prices in 2009”

  1. Clean House NOW! says:

    They don’t need to reduce ticket prices to satisfy the fans. The fans will be happy if Ford, Millen and Marinelli would just accept responsibility and commit seppuku in atonement. They could even sell tickets to the big event. It would be a sellout.

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