Regular-season Packers tickets will increase between $1 and $6 per game in 2016, depending on location, with more than half of the tickets increasing $2 or less per game.
Invoices are being sent to season ticket holders this week and include a brochure outlining the new pricing. Preseason ticket prices, which are roughly half of regular-season prices, will increase between $1 and $2 per game, depending on location, with the exception of the 600 Level. That section will decrease $3 as an adjustment in relation to the regular-season price.
“This pricing increase continues our practice of keeping our prices just below the middle of NFL pricing, while recognizing the value of the gameday experience at Lambeau Field and providing shared revenue to our fellow NFL teams,” Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy said in a letter enclosed with the brochure.
2019 TICKET PRICES
END ZONE SEATS
- $56 for preseason, $111 for regular season (2018 prices: $54 and $109)
SOUTH END ZONE - 700 LEVEL
- $60 for preseason, $120 for regular season (2018 prices: $59 and $119)
END ZONE TO THE 20 YARD LINE
- $63 for preseason, $128 for regular season (2018 prices: $62 and $122)
SOUTH END ZONE - 600 LEVEL
- $63 for preseason, $128 for regular season (2018 prices: $66 and $126)
BETWEEN THE 20 YARD LINES
- $72 for preseason, $142 for regular season (2018 prices: $71 and $136)
PAY AS WE PLAY
The Packers encourage "Pay as we Play" as a method to pay for playoff tickets for both Green and Gold package holders. By registering online ticket holders can lock in special pricing for a possible Wild Card home game. These special ticket prices, which range from $100 to $128, are lower than their respective regular-season prices.
Green package holders have the first right of refusal on seat locations for the playoffs and are being asked to commit by August 16th in order to allow Gold package holders to participate in the early entry, as well. Gold package holders who register will be placed in a drawing and, if selected, randomly assigned seats not used by the Green package holders.
PRINT AT HOME TICKETS NOT AVAILABLE
The brochure sent this week reminds season ticket holders that PDF (or “Print at Home”) tickets are no longer offered. Tickets forwarded electronically to others or sold via Ticketmaster are now scanned on smartphones as the only mode for stadium entry to reduce counterfeit tickets.
Season ticket payment is due in the Packers' Ticket Office by March 30th. Tickets will be mailed to season ticket holders in July.