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Detroit Pistons Ticket Sales at Little Caesars Arena Jump from Last Season


The Detroit Pistons’ historic move to Little Caesars Arena in The District Detroit has led to an increase in ticket sales.

Since the team moved from Auburn Hills to Detroit at the start of this season, ticket sales have seen a 52 percent increase in group tickets sold for the 2017-2018 season and the team is currently ranked No. 2 in the NBA for group ticket sales. The team also is currently ranked No. 3 in the league for new season tickets and mini plans after adding more than 3,500 such plans to its roll.

The Pistons saw an 80 percent renewal rate at start of the season, showing that most fans followed the team from the Palace of Auburn Hills to Little Caesars Arena.

Additionally, the Detroit Pistons have enjoyed:

  • A current 55 percent increase in Day of Game sales
  • Six sellouts thus far compared to just two during the entire 2016-2017 season
  • Walk-up sales — or tickets sold after 4 p.m. on game day — that are three-to-four times greater than the 2016-2017 season 
  • An average of 17,232 in sales thus far compared to last year’s average of 15,979 — a 29 percent year-over-year increase

The Pistons previously played in Detroit at Olympia Stadium and Cobo Arena. When the team made their historic return to the city last year, Detroit became the only metropolitan area in the nation with four local, major sports leagues in its downtown district.

Purchase tickets at or at Little Caesars Arena. Check out the team’s season schedule here.

About The District Detroit

The District Detroit is one of the largest sports and entertainment developments in the country. Located in the heart of Detroit, this 50-block, mixed-use development led by the Ilitch organization unites eight world-class theaters, five neighborhoods and three professional sports venues in one vibrant, walkable destination for people who want to live, work and play in an exciting urban environment. Home to the Detroit Tigers, Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Pistons and Detroit Lions - The District Detroit represents the greatest density of professional sports teams in one downtown core in the country.