The Green Bay Packers will be raising ticket prices for regular season games by $7 for the 2018 season as part of their new ticket plan for 2018.
The Packers say the rise in prices - ranging between 5.4 percent and 6.8 percent for regular season games - will continue to put the Packers just below the NFL average, what the team says is a typical target ticket price for the franchise.
“This structure continues to allow us to provide appropriate revenue to our partners in the NFL and also recognizes the great value our ticket holders receive for a top notch gameday experience at Lambeau Field," said team president Mark Murphy in a statement.
The team will increase ticket prices for preseason games by $2.
Fans who own the gold "Milwaukee" season ticket holder package can also opt into "pay as we play," an early entry method for paying for home playoff games. Green package holders get first priority, with gold package holders being placed in a random drawing.
Fans are asked to pay for season tickets by March 30.
The total ticket price hike per season range, per the team:
- End zone seats – $54 for preseason, $109 for regular season (in 2017, prices were $52 for preseason, $102 for regular season).
- South end zone, 700 Level – $59 for preseason, $119 for regular season (in 2017, prices were $57 for preseason, $112 for regular season).
- End zone to the 20‐yard line – $62 for preseason, $122 for regular season (in 2017, prices were $60 for preseason, $115 for regular season).
- South end zone, 600 Level – $66 for preseason, $126 for regular season (in 2017, prices were $64 for preseason, $119 for regular season).
- Between the 20-yard lines – $71 for preseason, $136 for regular season (in 2017, prices were $69 for preseason, $129 for regular season).