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Tickets Still Available for Packers-Vikings Wildcard Playoff Game at Lambeau

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Tickets Still Available for Packers-Vikings Wildcard Playoff Game at Lambeau

The Green Bay Packers host the Minnesota Vikings in the Wildcard round of the NFL playoffs on Saturday at 7:00 p.m. Central time at Lambeau Field.

It's a re-match of the regular-season finale, a game that the Vikings won 37-34 that made them playoff-eligible in front of their home crowd at the Metrodome. Their task becomes more difficult this week as they invade the "Frozen Tundra."

While Saturday's game might be a re-match, the Packers hope it isn't a replay of the first two meetings against the Vikings this season when running back Adrian Peterson rushed for 210 yards and 199 yards. Clay Matthews and company will try to make sure that doesn't happen.

The Packers have  an elite weapon of their own in a quarterback Aaron Rodgers, a Pro Bowl starter. He'll distribute the football to a talented group of receivers.

There's still tickets available for Saturday's game, a few of them for as little as $113 at the time of publication. Cheesehead TV has partnered with TiqIQ to find you the cheapest prices across the secondary ticket market.

Get them while there's still time. Go Pack Go!

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FITZCORE 1252'S EVO's picture

Wow, that's cheap.

I'm going to be very disappointed in season ticket holders if there is a sea of purple there Saturday. And no, I don't give a shit about their financial situation... It's a matter of principal. Especially after that giants game disgrace of last year.


Point Packer's picture

I hate, HATE agreeing with NIMROD, but I've been to a Packers home game every year for the last 6 years, including last year's Giants playoff game. The season ticket holders have been getting quieter and quieter every year. Righteous could even be used to describe certain holier than holy fans around me. I could expand, but I'll hold off. The Giants ticket sale was a disgrace, bad economy whatever. That was a joke. If Saturday is a repeat, I'll be pissed.

hayward4president's picture

If I wasn't 15 hrs away I'd be there. Been 6 years since my only trip to lambeau.....sad face. Go pack go!

Jamie's picture

If I were only 15 hours away I'd be there. Sadly, I'm 18 hours away. :(

Chris's picture

Sadly I'm 2000 miles away. Come on Pack I want a shot at going to san fran!

Kimberli Nelson's picture

Just bought my ticket tonight. most of what is available is single tickets, which is why they're still available.... I'm sure they'll get snatched up before Saturday evening. :)

hayward4president's picture

I didn't wanna say anything either, but when I was there I stood up a lot. I mean it was my dream coming through and i had the time of my life. My point though is the old bag behind me didn't like the fun I was having and kept pulling at my shirt and telling me to sit down haha....damn nimrod.

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FITZCORE 1252'S EVO's picture

I'm 156 hrs and 76,000 miles away. So there.

cow42's picture

sorry for speaking the truth.

hayward4president's picture

Just cause u were correct about one detail doesn't mean go around thinking ur words are like that of Jim Brown. Besides u left out that the crowd might not be a huge factor, but the fact that its a nationally televised game in the MECCA of footballl Lambeau field, which plays in people's heads a bit too

cow42's picture

even when i'm right, i'm wrong.

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