Detroit Lions has launched a ‘Stadium Pass’ eight-game ticket option that provides fans a new seat with each game during the season.

The new limited-time offer gives NFL fans access to eight different games, including two preseason and six regular season matches for $199, equating to $25 per game.

Fans will be provided with a mobile-only ticket for each game in a different seat location at the 65,000-capacity Ford Field the day before the game.

The Stadium Pass is available on a first-come, first served basis.

The preseason games are against the New England Patriots and the Buffalo Bills, while the regular season games include competitors Los Angeles Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs, Minnesota Vikings, New York Giants, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Green Bay Packers.

In April, the Lions teamed up with hospitality and ticketing firm QuintEvents as its fan travel package provider. Through the partnership, the Lions announced the launch of Detroit Lions Experiences, which offers official travel packages to select away games.

The official travel packages include game tickets with an option of lower or upper level seating, two-night hotel stay, airfare from Detroit Metro airport to the select destination and both airport and game day transportation.

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