Pistons Offer Big Discounts At ESD Nights At The Palace

SOUTHFIELD — It’s Deeeee-troit Basketball, Engineering Society of Detroit style.

The resurgent Detroit Pistons are offering ESD members big discounts for six games over the next six weeks at the Palace of Auburn Hills.

And on top fo the discounts, buying a ticket for ESD Nights at the Palace also supports the ESD mission to fill the talent pipeline of future engineers and technical professionals. For every ticket sold, $5 will be donated to ESD.

For the Tuesday, March 31 game against the Atlanta Hawks, $75 lower bowl riser and corner tickets are marked down to $50 for ESD members. Lower corner tickets, normally $45, are marked down to $30. And upper bowl center tickets, normally $40, are marked down to $20.

For the Friday, April 10 game against the Indiana Pacers and the Sunday, April 12 game against the Charlotte Hornets, $90 lower riser and corner tickets are marked down to $60, $60 lower corner tickets are marked down to $40, and $40 upper center tickets are marked down to $20.

For the Saturday, March 21 game against the Chicago Bulls and the Saturday, April 4 game against the Miami Heat, $105 lower riser and corner tickets are marked down to $75, $78 lower corner tickets are marked down to $55 and $47 upper center tickets are marked down to $40.

Finally, for the Tuesday, Feb. 24 game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, $135 lower riser and corner tickets are marked down to $125, $100 lower corner tickets are marked down to $90 and $59 upper center tickets are marked down to $55.

Game time for all games is 7:30 p.m. except the Sunday, April 12 game against the Hornets, which starts at 3:30 p.m.

To claim the discount, buy tickets at www.pistons.com/esd and use promotional code Pistons. Questions? Call (248) 377-0172 or email bgoebel@palacenet.com. That’s also the number to use if ordering by phone.

Orders must be received at least 24 hours prior to the game.

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