The Packers have a season-ticket waiting list that lasts nearly as long as Nick Foles supposedly will be the Eagles’ starting quarterback. But that doesn’t mean tickets are impossible to get.
For Sunday’s game between the Fighting Flynns and the Flailing Falcons, plenty of tickets are available on the secondary market, for cents on the dollar.
Via FOX 11, a ticket with a $97 face value in Section 123 can be had for a mere $30.
Supply continues to outpace demand, given the ongoing absence of starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers to a broken collarbone.
If enough people sell and not enough buy, it probably will be smart for any Packers scoring touchdowns on Sunday to pass on the Lambeau Leap. There’s a chance no one will be there to catch them.