Ticket prices edge down for Packers playoff game

Richard Ryman
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GREEN BAY - Ticket prices for Sunday's NFL divisional playoff game in Dallas edged down slightly Tuesday.

The Green Bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys are scheduled to play at 3:40 p.m. Sunday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The winner will advance to the NFC championship game.

Seat prices started between $300 and $312, depending on which website you visited, about the same as Monday, but standing-room-only tickets dropped about $13 per person, from $150 to $137.

Ticket prices tend to drop as games get closer and sellers are motivated to unload them.

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Airfares, based on a Friday-through-Monday trip, were $1,000 and higher per person from Green Bay, $770 or more from Milwaukee, and from Chicago started at $464.

Here are some playoff-related events happening this week:

» Packers' Win It Wednesday contest will award tickets to Sunday's game, a Randall Cobb-signed jersey, a Packers custom jersey and Get Loud Lambeau prize package. The contest begins at 8 a.m. You can find contest information at @Packers on Twitter and at Green Bay Packers Facebook page.

» On Thursday, videos, photos and selected messages from the "Letter to Lambeau" initiative will be posted on and the team's social media accounts.

» Green Bay scheduled a pep rally for 3:30 p.m. Friday at the Packers Heritage Trail Plaza, Cherry and North Washington streets. Mayor Jim Schmitt will share the winnings of his bet with New York Mayor Bill De Blasio, including Boylan's soda, Junior's cheesecake and Murray's bagels.

» A Packers fan pep rally is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Gilley's Dallas–South Side Music Hall, 1135 Lamar St., Dallas. Parking is $5. A cash bar will be available, but there will be no food. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.

The rally will follow the usual format, with Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy and announcer Wayne Larrivee doing a Q&A session, Packers alumni Donny Anderson, Earl Dotson and Marco Rivera will talk to fans and pose for photos, and reporters Mike Spofford and Wes Hodkiewicz will preview the game.

The rally will include giveaways, including a Mike Daniels-signed helmet, Blake Martinez- and David Bakhtiari-signed footballs and Packers Pro Shop gift cards. Fans can register online for giveaways, but must be present to win. Advance registration at does not guarantee entry to the first-come, first-served event.

» An Associated Bank contest offers winners an exclusive, behind-the-scenes tour of Lambeau Field. Contest entry can be made at Winners also will get a photograph at the media conference podium, Packers Hall of Fame passes, dinner at 1919 Kitchen & Tap and more. A former Packers player will participate in the tour. Deadline is Feb. 5.

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