Coming off the heels of the playoff ticket debate and issue, the Packers have announced they are raising ticket prices for the 2014 Season.
Other teams around the NFL, like the Detroit Lions, are implementing a variable ticket pricing rate, where certain games cost more than others. The Packers will not be changing formats and will stick with their traditional model.
General bowl seats, as well as luxury suite tickets, will increase $3.00 a ticket.
The Packers will be sending out invoices along with a brochure explaining the increase to season ticket holders this week. The brochure includes an explanation from Packers President, Mark Murphy,
“Our goal for ticket pricing is to be just below the League average. With this increase, we project to rank 17th in average ticket price, which accomplishes the goal and maintains a fair visiting team contribution, as well. We’re confident our top-rated Lambeau Field experience remains a great value for (ticket holders).”
New ticket prices will be: end zone seats – $77, xouth end zone, 700 level – $85, end zone to the 20 yard line – $88, south end zone, 600 level – $92, between the 20-yard lines – $100 and luxury suite – $100.
"Comparatively speaking around the NFC North for the 2013 season, the best sideline seat for the Bears was $190, Vikings $150 and Lions $119."
Payments for season tickets are due March 31.
Additionally, the brochure will discuss the recent issue with playoff ticket invoices, including a policy change to a "pay as we play" plan.
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