Tickets for Rams vs. Lions are absurdly expensive

If you want to be in attendance for Sunday night’s showdown between the Rams and Lions, it’s going to cost you. There isn’t a single wild-card game that’s more expensive than the Rams-Lions matchup at Ford Field, which isn’t exactly surprising.

Matthew Stafford is facing his former team, as is Jared Goff, in the Lions’ first home playoff game since 1993. Lions fans have been waiting a long time for this, and Stafford being the opposing quarterback is just icing on the cake.

According to TickPick, the cheapest ticket for Rams-Lions is $552. The next-closest game is Packers-Cowboys, which has a get-in price of $336 (excluding standing room). It’s a similar story on StubHub. The cheapest Rams-Lions ticket is $478, with prices going all the way up to $7,765 for a single ticket.

Even with the high prices, Ford Field is going to be absolutely packed and raucous. It’s going to be a huge home-field advantage for the Lions, who are seeking their first playoff victory since the 1991 season.

The Rams, meanwhile, are playing with house money in a season where no one expected them to make any noise in the NFC.

Story originally appeared on Rams Wire