Questions about the coronavirus? If your event is canceled we'll fully refund your tickets. Learn More

Detroit Tigers Tickets

Since 2009, TicketIQ (formerly TiqIQ) has used its intelligence to help fans get the best deals, and now offers a Low Price Guarantee on every event.

Event Tickets

Sorry! There are currently no tickets available for Detroit Tigers.

We’re Hunting Down Low Price Guarantees.

While you wait, register here for updates and for $10 off first purchase!

Where To Buy 2020 Detroit Tigers Tickets?

The Detroit Tigers single-game tickets went on sale on the primary market on Friday, February 21 via the team's website. Information on season tickets and the team’s Triple Nine flexible mini packages are available directly from the team.

On the secondary market, TicketIQ will offer fans a Low Price Guarantee on all Detroit Tigers tickets in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all Major League Baseball tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25%.

How Much Are 2020 Detroit Tigers Tickets?

On the secondary market, most tickets for home Tigers games are available for $20 or less. One of the priciest games outside the home opener is the Aug. 29 home game against the Boston Red Sox where the current cheapest ticket is $46 for Pavilion 144, Row P with the TicketIQ Low Price Guarantee. Without the TiciketIQ Low Price Guarantee, the cheapest ticket right now is Mezzanine 344, Row 22 for $37 each.  Right field balcony Table 3 is available for $248 each. 

When the Houston Astros come to Detroit, get-in prices are averaging $54. The priciest series is July 3-5 against division rival Kansas City. The cheapest seat for the Sunday, July 5 game is Upper Box Infield 323, Row 3 at $32. The cheapest seat for the July 4th holiday game is $37 and the Friday, July 3 is $35. 

Overall, the average asking price for a Detroit Tigers ticket on the secondary market is $53, the lowest since the 2015 season and down 22.6% from the 2019 season. That year, tickets averaged $65 on the secondary market, the team’s highest since 2011. The Tigers’ cheapest season was 2015 and 2012 at $44. The Tigers are ranked 19th in terms of price across Major League Baseball.  Opening Day tickets for the Detroit Tigers are averaging $183. The priciest seat in the league is $167 for a Boston Red Sox home game.


What Are Detroit Tigers Season Ticket & Mini Plan Options

On the primary market, fans can request information about season tickets through the team. Season tickets are at a discounted rate as compared to single-game tickets. Season-ticket holders also get benefits including discounts on concessions and merchandise, additional Opening Day tickets, access to presale, early entry and express entrances and concession lines. 

Half season and 28-game ticket plans as well as the Triple Nine pan are available via the Tigers. These plans enroll fans in the Detroit Tigers 1901 Society, a new program to provide fans benefits year-round.

Detroit Tigers Mobile Ticketing Policy

The Tigers and Comerica Field encourage fans to use the digital ticketing option via the MLB Ballpark app. Fans can view, transfer, buy or sell tickets using the app.