Packers: Five tips for fans attending training camp

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Schedule your time to maximize your experience

With so much going on, it can get very busy and the time can fly by. But good time management and proper planning can go a long way.

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All the open practices are between the times of 11:15 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. With gates opening 90 minutes prior, your show time to the field should be 9:45 or earlier. This will take up most of your morning and early parts of your afternoon. So plan accordingly.

Practices usually last about 90-120 minutes. You can buy and schedule your stadium tour in advance online. There are a limited number of online tickets available so act early. If you aren’t able to get them online, stop by the stadium before heading to practice and buy your ticket, as they are on a first come, first served basis.

If the practice is at 11:15 a.m., to ensure you have enough time to get there from the field, book your tour for 2 p.m. or later. You can bundle stadium tour and Packers Hall of Fame tickets, so once the tour is over you can just go right to the Hall of Fame or vice versa.

It isn’t necessary to do it that way, but I have just found it to be easier. Once practice ends there is usually a large group of people making their way to the stadium for tours and the Hall of Fame. Most times, waiting to buy tickets till after practice will work out. But to ensure you get the time you want, it’s always better to book in advance.