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GREEN BAY – Tickets for a potential playoff game at Lambeau Field go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. Friday.

The Packers could host a wild-card or division round game, though the former is more likely. Wild-card games are Jan. 7-8. Divisional round games are Jan. 14-15.

Tickets were available to season ticket holders and individuals on the season ticket waiting list until 10 p.m. Thursday. About 14,000 tickets remained Thursday afternoon. The general public will be offered those that remain.

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Tickets are sold online only at Ticketmaster. Information on tickets and a link to the Ticketmaster website is available at Packers.com/tickets/single_game_tickets.

A maximum of six tickets per account can be bought. Prices range from $114 to $145.

If the Packers do not host a playoff game, full refunds will be given.

The Packers are in good position to capture the NFC North division, assuming, of course, they keep winning. The Lions are 9-4, the Packers and Vikings are 7-6 and Bears 3-10. The Lions play the Giants (9-4) in New York, the Cowboys (11-2) in Dallas and the Packers at Ford Field in Detroit. The Packers play the Bears, Vikings and Lions, and the Vikings host the 6-7 Colts, come to Green Bay and host the Bears.

Lambeau Field's capacity is 81,435.

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