The Green Bay Packers announced Thursday that they will raise ticket prices depending on section in 2012. “For the Packers, ticket revenue continues be an important component of our ability to remain financially competitive with the other 31 NFL teams,” team president Mark Murphy said in a letter to season ticket holders. “Our goal each year is to be at the league average in terms of our ticket prices. This increase maintains our position near the league average.” Tickets in the end-zone seats (sections 100-108, 131-138, 303-312 and 340-354) will increase $3 to $72, tickets from the 20-yard line to the end zone (sections 109-114, 125-130, 314-320 and 332-338) will increase $4 to $80, and tickets between the 20-yard lines (sections 115-124 and 322-330) will increase $5 to $92. Payment is due in the Packers’ ticket office March 30. Suite tickets will also increase $5-$92. Invoices were sent to season-ticket holders this week. Invoices with lease rates for suites and club-seat ticket prices will be sent to those clients in the near future, according to the press release. In the division, the Detroit Lions have also announce ticket price increase for 2012.
Packers to raise ticket prices
Nov. 6, 2013
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