All Green Bay Packers tickets available in the annual Brown County lottery have been sold.
The Packers offer 4,000 tickets per game to Brown County residents in packages of four tickets. That means 10,000 residents each year get to buy tickets to one of two preseason home games or one of eight regular-season home games.
Tickets are made available only to Brown County residents because of the county-only sales tax enacted to support the 2003 renovation of Lambeau Field. That tax is expected to be retired in 2015.
Residents were selected through two drawings. Ticket holders will be notified in June which games they get to attend. Tickets will be mailed in late July, the Packers said Friday.
Lottery winners who received tickets to a preseason game in 2012 and were selected again this year will receive regular-season game tickets, the team said.