The Community Ticket Program is designed for charitable organizations, in order to distribute tickets to youth groups, deserving families and volunteers that could not otherwise afford to see the Detroit Pistons play. They are also intended for schools, as a reward program for academic service and/or achievement.
These tickets are NOT available for fundraising purposes. This includes raffles, auctions, door prizes and promotions.
Ticket offers will be sent via email to participating organizations throughout the season for select Pistons home games. Each participating organization can request up to 20 tickets for several games throughout the season. Organizations are not required to request tickets to every game offered. Each organization’s attendance is monitored very closely. Organizations with redemption rates of less than 85% will be removed from the Community Ticket Program.
Once the application is submitted, a representative from the Detroit Pistons will be in contact to discuss your organization’s qualifications and potential for enrollment into the program. Your application must include a copy of your 501c3 document or tax exempt form and a Letter of Intent, explaining what your organization is and how the tickets will be used. Due to the high volume of applicants, it could take several weeks before your application is reviewed. Acceptance into the Detroit Pistons Community Ticket Program does not guarantee game day tickets for your organization.
Applications for the Community Ticket Program are accepted at all times throughout the year. In some cases, applications may not be received in time for the organization to be approved for the current Pistons season. These applications will be added to a waiting list for the following season.
Parking fees are the sole responsibility of participating organizations.
Note: These tickets are NOT for resale. Any groups who are found reselling these tickets will be removed from the program immediately.