Fans hoping to head to California this week to see the Green Bay Packers take on the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC divisional playoff game can expect to pay anywhere from $185 a ticket to $10,000 for a handful of premium seats, with most selling online for about $300 to $400.
The Packers face the 49ers at 7 p.m. Saturday at Candlestick Park after defeating the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC wild-card playoff game at Lambeau Field.
Many local ticket-selling businesses were closed on Sunday, but plenty of tickets could be found for sale online.
PackersFanTours.com was selling tickets ranging in price from $225 for upper-level end zone seats to $375 for upper-level 15- to 50-yard-line seats and $650 for lower-lever 15- to 50-yard-line seats. The Ashwaubenon-based business also sells a variety of packages, including those with flights, lodging and tailgating options.
The NFLís Ticket Exchange website had more than 10,000 tickets for sale on Sunday night. They ranged in price from $185 for upper-level tickets near an end zone, to $10,000 for seats elsewhere in the upper-level reserve section.
StubHub had more than 11,000 tickets for sale on Sunday night at roughly the same prices. They ranged from $190 for upper south end zone seats to $10,000 for lower reserve sideline seats.
Officials at Austin Straubel International Airport in Ashwaubenon said Friday they expect to learn early in the week whether airlines would need to adjust flights to accommodate football fans.
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