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Ticket Price Increase Defended by Packers President Mark Murphy

In an interview with the Green Bay Press-Gazette Packers President Mark Murphy discussed the decision to raise Packers ticket prices.

“It’s really a balancing act. On one hand we want to be affordable, but on the other hand we want to be fair to the other teams in the league.

“Quite honestly, the teams that are last or at the very bottom of the league in terms of ticket pricing aren’t the type of teams we would want to model ourselves after. They’re there because they haven’t had success on the field, or they have terrible stadiums, so it’s a number of factors.”

“Investing in our players, investing in our facilities, investing in the stadium is important to us. Being at the league average I think allows us to make some of those investments.”


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Barutan Seijin's picture

This guy inspires zero trust or confidence. Classic mediocrity trying to pad profits.

PackerBacker's picture

So what part of what he's saying do you disagree with exactly?

They put a well-above average product on the field every year and are maintaining a middle-of-the-Pack price on tickets.

No much about the Packers has been mediocre since he's taken over.

The TKstinator's picture

"Middle-of-the-Pack"...I get it!

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