Red Wings fans can buy a piece of history
In this photo taken Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2012, championship banners and retired numbers of the Detroit Red Wings hockey team hang from the rafters above the ice at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. (AP / Paul Sancya, File)
Detroit Red Wings fans now have the opportunity to own a piece of Joe Louis Arena history.
As of Tuesday, current season and partial season ticket holders can now buy seats and other assets from the Joe Louis Arena.
Sales to the general public begin on May 12.
Seats will be sold in a minimum of two sets and start at $150 per seat.
These will include items ranging from furniture, lighting, signs, chilling systems and other basic infrastructure, but also will include suite wet bars and The Joe’s official scoreboard.
The sale of the infrastructure items will be available at private sale. Interested individuals can find out more by calling 1-800-LAST BID (1-800-527-8243).
The Detroit Red Wings played at the Joe Louis Arena, from 1979 through 2017.