Packers give season tickets a modest bump for 2011
The cost of success will be reflected in season tickets for the defending Super Bowl champions.
But the Green Bay Packers are not bumping up their prices much.
Season ticket holders have been informed that their tickets will cost $2 to $4 more for the 2011 season, a modest increase. Per the Green Bay Press-Gazette, tickets between the 20-yard lines will move from $83 to $87. Other seats on the sidelines will bump from $73 to $76. End zone seats are being increase from $67 to $69. Suite tickets were raised $4 to $87.
The club announced that tickets will be refunded for any games lost to a work stoppage.
The Packers have a season-ticket waiting list that is virtually as long as a lifetime.
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