Packers raise ticket prices by $3-$5

Getting in to Lambeau Field next year will cost a few more bucks. Raymond T. Rivard photograph

Packers fans, looking to head to Lambeau Field next season? Get ready to shell out a few more American dollars for the experience.

The Packers announced today that the cost of pulling up a piece of the aluminum bench will go up $3 to $5 per ticket.

But it’s worth it, right?

A few extra bucks isn’t going to hurt one’s pocketbook so much and I’m sure those who have plans to head to Green Bay next year aren’t going to be kicking about a $3-$5 increase.

In all, here’s what the changes will look like next year:

A regular season bowl seat will go up $3 to $5:

  • End zone seats $72 (up $3)
  • 20-yard line to end zone $80 (up $4)
  • Between 20-yard lines $92 (up $5)

Suites will cost $92 a seat, up $5. Lease rates for suites and club-seat ticket prices are set per client contracts, the Packers said.

Team president and CEO Mark Murphy said revenue is important to stay competitive, and that ticket prices remain around the league average.

Murphy said fans will be greeted by new 108-foot wide video boards this season, and 430 new cash registers to reduce the wait in line for food and beverages.

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