Packers announce price increase on stadium bowl tickets

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Aaron Rodgers is returning to Green Bay in 2022, and it will cost more to see him.

The Packers announced a price increase on stadium bowl tickets for the 2022 season. Regular-season tickets are increasing between $4 and $7 per game, depending on location, according to a press release.

Preseason ticket prices, which are roughly half of regular-season prices, will increase between $2 and $4 per game.

The Packers will play one preseason game and eight home games with a ninth regular-season “home” game to be played at London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium instead.

“This increase keeps our ticket prices just below the average ticket price in the NFL, the benchmark we use annually to help us determine pricing,” Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy said in a letter sent to season ticket holders. “We feel this reflects an excellent value for the Lambeau Field gameday experience, while also allowing us to maintain a fair visiting team share for our partner NFL teams.”

Variable pricing again will be used for preseason and regular-season games. With the increases, tickets in respective areas in 2022 will cost:

End zone seats – $62 for preseason, $123 for regular season (in 2021, prices were $58 and $118, respectively).

South end zone, 700 Level – $63 for preseason, $125 for regular season (in 2021, prices were $61 and $121, respectively).

South end zone, 600 Level – $67 for preseason, $134 for regular season (in 2021, prices were $64 and $129, respectively).

End zone to the 20‐yard line – $71 for preseason, $141 for regular season (in 2021, prices were $69 and $134, respectively).

Between the 20-yard lines – $78 for preseason, $156 for regular season (in 2021, prices were $74 and $149, respectively).

15 responses to “Packers announce price increase on stadium bowl tickets

  1. 50 mil a year for a guy who can throw a football. Paid for by the guy making 50 k a year fixing cars. Welcome to America!

  2. Packer fans know it’s a small price to pay to keep ‘The greatest player the NFL has ever seen’ on their team. I am better than Favre, better than Starr, and with more power than Murphy, Gute, and the governor of Wisconsin, all wrapped together. Next year I’ll up my price to 100 mil a year, and they’ll cough it up. I’m laughing all the way to the bank at their expense and they don’t even realize it. They are all wrapped around my finger . . . sssshhhh! don’t tell them.

  3. The ticket price in Minnesota better not go up since they didn’t spend any money on a trophy cabinet!

  4. Below average in ticket price, way above average in wins. Sounds like a good deal to me.

  5. People will still pay more on the secondary market for Green Bay tickets so no issues with the standard price adjustments.

  6. The Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field is also the only NFL stadium that makes ticket buyers sit on old cold aluminum bench seats with 18 inches allocated for each person. Throw in a few of those 5’5″ Wisconsin women who weigh 245 lbs with a butt that is two feet wide and the system doesn’t work all that well. The Packers said they would lose thousands of seats by converting to individual seats and they don’t want to lose the revenue nor want to incur the expense of making the conversion. Thus, the Packers should be at or near the bottom of the league with their ticket prices.

    Also, I live in California where there isn’t a house you can buy in the area where I live for under a million dollars and most people who live here have salaries or income which is likely over twice as high as the people who live in the tiny city of Green Bay. They should be paying much less for their season tickets than we pay at SoFi Stadium

  7. I’m not sure what the Stadium Bowl is, but it sounds like a big game that Rodgers will probably choke in.

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