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Murphy defends ticket increase, says Thompson has his 'full support'

7:05 AM, Feb. 7, 2014
Mark Murphy said the Packers' goal is to offer average ticket prices that rank slightly below the NFL average, or in this year's case, No. 17 out of 32 teams.
Mark Murphy said the Packers' goal is to offer average ticket prices that rank slightly below the NFL average, or in this year's case, No. 17 out of 32 teams.
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Mark Murphy, the Green Bay Packers' president and chief executive officer, defended the team's decision to increase ticket prices for the fifth consecutive season during an interview Thursday with Press-Gazette Media.

"It's really a balancing act," said Murphy after the Packers announced earlier this week that prices would increase by $3 per ticket next season. "On one hand we want to be affordable, but on the other hand we want to be fair to the other teams in the league."

Murphy said the Packers' goal is to offer average ticket prices that rank slightly below the NFL average, or in this ...

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