Packers announce general seating ticket prices will be flat for 2021 season
GREEN BAY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The Green Bay Packers announced that general seating ticket prices for the 2021 season will remain flat, with per game prices the same as the 2020 season on Tuesday, March 9.
Officials say invoices are being sent to season ticket holders this week and will include a brochure outlining the details. All ticket holders , regardless of whether they applied last year's payment to 2021, will receive an invoice.
Packers officials say the NFL may move to a 17-game regular-season schedule and a three-game preseason schedule beginning this year.
Changes are yet to be finalized, but it is anticipated that NFC teams and AFC teams would alternate hosting the additional game annually. According to a news release, there would be either nine home regular-season games and one home preseason game, or eight home regular-season games and two home preseason games.
The NFL is also still determining which conference will host the additional game in 2021.
"Because the Packers have two ticket packages, the Green and Gold package will take turns receiving either the additional regular-season game or the preseason game," the Packers said in a news release. "The Gold package will be first to receive the additional game, and the Green package will receive that year’s one preseason game. When the additional game is hosted for the second time by the NFC, Green package will receive the additional game, and the Gold package will receive that year’s one preseason game."
According to a news release, pricing in 2021 is as follows: end zone seats are $58 for preseason, $118 for regular season; south end zone 700 level seats are $61 for preseason, $121 for regular season; south end zone 600 level seats are $64 for preseason, $129 for regular season; end zone to the 20yard line seats are $69 for preseason, $134 for regular season; between the 20-yard lines seats are $74 for preseason, $149 for regular season.
Payment is due in the Packers' ticket office by May 14. Pay As We Play will continue as a method for both package holders to pay for playoff tickets.
“We’re pleased to keep our prices flat this year to reflect that many of our Season Ticket Holders could not attend games last season,” Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy said in a letter enclosed with the brochure. “We are hopeful and optimistic that we’ll be able to enjoy games with our Season Ticket Holders at Lambeau Field in 2021, and we look forward to the potential expansion of the NFL regular-season schedule.”
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