There was a lot of Packers news last week. At the end of the week, the Green Bay Packers officially announced plans to increase ticket prices for their stadium bowl seats.
Season ticket holders were sent their invoices at the end of February, which included a brochure to outline the price increase. Depending on where the seats are located, ticket prices will increase between $1 – $7. Also, depending on location of the seats, pre-season game tickets will increase between $1 – $6.
According to Packers.com here is a breakdown of the price increase:
- End zone seats – $58 for preseason, $118 for regular season (in 2019, prices were $56 and $111, respectively).
- South end zone, 700 Level – $61 for preseason, $121 for regular season (in 2019, prices were $60 for preseason, $120 for regular season).
- South end zone, 600 Level – $64 for preseason, $129 for regular season (in 2019, prices were $63 for preseason, $128 for regular season).
- End zone to the 20‐yard line – $69 for preseason, $134 for regular season (in 2019, prices were $63 for preseason, $128 for regular season).
- Between the 20-yard lines – $74 for preseason, $149 for regular season (in 2019, prices were $72 for preseason, $142 for regular season).
Packers nation may not be happy about price increases, but the team will still sell out Lambeau Field every game because there is a wait list in the 100,000s.
The NFL combine just completed and there is a lot for this team to accomplish in the next 5 months. Stay tuned as the Packers look to build a championship team for the 2020 season. Go Pack Go!
Anthony Haag is a writer for PackersTalk.com. He has been a Packers fan since the day he was born and truly bleeds green and gold. He makes annual visits to Lambeau Field and has attended his fair share of games. You can follow Anthony on Twitter at @anthony_haag
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Just wondering, what is their justification for raising prices? Just want more money?
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