Packers ticket prices remain low for three remaining Lambeau Field games

Richard Ryman
Green Bay Press-Gazette
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GREEN BAY - Even in the midst of a disappointing season, Green Bay Packers fans can count on an Aaron Rodgers-led team to defeat the Chicago Bears.

Sunday's 28-19 victory, which included an 18-point fourth quarter by Green Bay, means Packers' playoff hopes are still alive, if only barely, but with three of their final four games at Lambeau Field, said hope flickers on.

Secondary market ticket prices are slightly lower for the remaining three home games and slightly higher for the Christmas Day game in Miami. Prices are determined by averaging the least expensive tickets at 10 secondary market sites.

The Packers-Bears game had other significance. It was the Packers' 787th all-time win, one more than the Bears. It’s the first time since 1921 a franchise other than the Bears have led the NFL in wins. Also, it was the 25th time in 30 games a Rodgers-led team defeated Chicago.

Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones (33) breaks away for a huge run in the third quarter against the Los Angeles Rams during their NFL divisional playoff game Saturday, January 16, 2021, at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis.

The Packers are on a much-needed bye this week. They will return to action with a Monday night game on Dec. 19 against the Los Angeles Rams. The average lowest price on Monday was $66, down from $84 on Nov. 28. The lowest face-value ticket at Lambeau Field is $123.

NFL schedule-makers no doubt saw this as a premier matchup between last year's Super Bowl champion Rams and the always-contending Packers at everyone's bucket-list favorite Lambeau Field. The Rams are 3-9 after losing to Seattle on Sunday, and the Packers are 5-8, but defeated only one team with a winning record, the Dallas Cowboys.

On Christmas Day, the Packers play a noon game in Miami. The Dolphins were hammered by San Francisco on Sunday, but at 8-4 are one of the surprises of this season. They play the Los Angeles Chargers and Buffalo Bills before taking on the Packers. The average get-in price was $182 on Monday, up from $176 the previous week.

The Packers close out the season against the division-leading Minnesota Vikings and newly dangerous Detroit Lions. When the Packers fail to win the NFC North, it's usually the Vikings stepping in to fill the void, with the Bears sneaking in now and again. The Lions last won the division in 1993.

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The average lowest price to see the Vikings on New Year's Day was $137, down from $148 the week before. The Vikings, who are 10-2, defeated the Packers 23-7 on opening day in Minneapolis. That was the loss when, early in the game, Christian Watson dropped a long, certain-touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers that seemed to set the stage for the kind of season it was going to be.

Watson has recovered, torching Packers opponents with eight touchdowns in the last four games. He and Rodgers might be a combination that attracts fans to those final games.

The get-in average of the Lions game was $44 on Monday, down $4 from last week and the lowest price of the year. Working against it is the time of year — expect it to be cold — and the fact that the NFL has not said whether the game will be Jan. 7 or 8, and what time it will be played. The Lions defeated the Packers 15-9 on Nov. 6 and whipped the Jacksonville Jaguars 40-14 on Sunday for their fourth win in the last five games.

Ticket prices

The following are secondary market ticket prices as of Monday.

For our look at Packers' tickets prices, we averaged the lowest ticket prices at 10 secondary market websites: Event USAGametimeGreen Bay Ticket Service, SeatGeekStubHubTicketIQTicketmasterTickPickTicket King and Vivid Seats

Note that ticket marketplaces can add fees on top of listed prices, so actual costs might be higher. 

Some websites offer standing room only tickets for Packers home games. The Packers have designated these tickets as "not available for resale," so buyers proceed at their own risk. If the ticket does not scan as valid, fans won't be admitted to the stadium, and their recourse for a refund is to contact the seller of the ticket.

Dec. 19, 7:15 p.m., Los Angeles Rams, Lambeau Field, ESPN/ABC

  • Face-price range: $123-$156
  • Average lowest-cost seats: $66
  • Range of lowest-cost seats: $47-$108

Dec. 25, noon, Miami Dolphins, Hard Rock Stadium, Fox

  • Face-price range: N/A
  • Average lowest-cost seats: $182
  • Range of lowest-cost seats: $155-$231

Jan. 1, 3:25 p.m., Minnesota Vikings, Lambeau Field, CBS

  • Face-price range: $123-$156
  • Average lowest-cost seats: $137
  • Range of lowest-cost seats: $110-$164

Jan. 7 or Jan. 8, time to be determined, Detroit Lions, Lambeau Field, network to be determined

  • Face-price range: $123-$156
  • Average lowest-cost seats: $44
  • Range of lowest-cost seats: $36-$64

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