Thank you for your unwavering support throughout 2015. Our players are privileged to play for and represent Detroit and its football fans.
Though we finished better than we started, the end result still did not meet the standards the Ford family has set for this organization. In addition to aspirations of bringing Super Bowl championships to Detroit, they are committed to fielding a team that consistently performs at the level of its fans – specifically Lions season ticket members – who were exceptional this past season.
In recent weeks we have made some exciting additions to our front office, most notably, the hiring of Bob Quinn as Executive Vice President of Football Operations and General Manager. Beyond evaluating and refining our football staff, he is actively collaborating with Head Coach Jim Caldwell to begin shaping your 2016 Detroit Lions.
With the Senior Bowl this past week, the upcoming NFL Scouting Combine and start of free agency in March, we will be aggressive in improving our roster to compete and win this upcoming season.
On this website, you will find your season membership invoice for the 2016 season which includes a modest price increase. Season ticket members are locked into the lowest ticket price for their seating location for all games – including preseason games which are at the lowest price point in the NFL. Even with a slight increase, the Detroit Lions’ average season ticket price ranks in the bottom third of all NFL teams and is one of the best values in the league.
Renewing membership is easy. Simply click on “Renew Now” along the top banner of this website to begin the renewal process.
We are always looking for ways to enhance your season ticket member experience and encourage your suggestions and input. Please feel free to contact our ticket sales customer service team by email at MyLions.Account@lions.nfl.net.
Rodney P. Wood, PRESIDENT