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Finally, you can see the Green Bay Packers play in person, if you can snag tickets for upcoming road games

Richard Ryman
Green Bay Press-Gazette

GREEN BAY - They are limited in number, but tickets are available for upcoming Green Bay Packers road games.

Secondary market sites are hawking tickets for the Tampa Bay, Houston, Indianapolis and Detroit games. All of the stadiums have reduced occupancy because of COVID-19 precautions. 

First up is Tampa Bay on Oct. 18, a matchup between Aaron Rodgers and the 4-0 Packers and Tom Brady and the 3-2 Buccaneers. They are the most expensive tickets, with the average of the lowest-cost seats at $298. Six secondary market sites have tickets, including Stubhub, SeatGeek, Ticketmaster, TickPick, Event USA and Ticket King

The Bucs allowed 6,383 season ticket holders to attend the Oct. 4 game against the Los Angeles Chargers, the first time this season they allowed fans.

The Bucs allowed 6,383 season ticket holders to attend the Oct. 4 game against the Los Angeles Chargers, the first time this season they allowed fans.

Current Florida regulations allow full stadiums, but there was no indication on Thursday that the NFL teams or major universities in the state plan to alter their reduced-capacity protocols, although Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis encouraged them to do so.

For the game in Houston on Oct. 25, the lowest-cost average price is $114, probably a reflection of the Texans' 0-4 start. The team fired coach and general manager Bill O'Brien this week.

In addition to the aforementioned secondary sites, VividSeats also is offering tickets for the Packers-Texans game.

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The 3-1 Indianapolis Colts allowed a limited number of fans in Lucas Oil Stadium from the start of the season. They began the year with 2,500 fans, but recently were given permission to increase attendance for the Oct. 18 game against the Cincinnati Bengals to 12,500. 

The average of lowest-priced tickets was $172 for the Nov. 22 game against the Packers. Event USA does not have tickets for that game, but the others do.

So far, only Ticket King has tickets for the Detroit Lions game on Dec. 13. That might change as the game gets closer. It is not clear at this point if the Lions will be allowed to have fans. The state continues to prohibit indoor seating for more than 500 and the Lions recently cancelled season ticket packages for November.

Ticket King tickets start at $161.

The Packers' other road opponents, San Francisco and Chicago, have not allowed fans this season.

Oct. 18, 3:25 p.m., Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Raymond James Stadium, Fox

  • Face-price range: N/A
  • Average lowest-cost seat: $298
  • Range of lowest-cost seat: $241-$370

Oct. 25, noon, Houston Texans, NRG Stadium, Fox

  • Face-price range: N/A
  • Average lowest-cost seat: $114
  • Range of lowest-cost seat: $89-$150

Nov. 22, noon, Indianapolis Colts, Lucas Oil Stadium, Fox

  • Face-price range: N/A
  • Average lowest-cost seat: $172
  • Range of lowest-cost seat: $132-$240

Dec. 13, noon, Detroit Lions, Ford Field, Fox

  • Face-price range: N/A
  • Average lowest-cost seat: $161
  • Range of lowest-cost seat: $161

Contact Richard Ryman at (920) 431-8342 or rryman@gannett.com. Follow him on Twitter at @RichRymanPG, on Instagram at  @rrymanPG or  on Facebook at www.facebook.com/RichardRymanPG/