Ticket Prices for Sunday’s Packers Game Continue to Drop

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Packers fans – if you want to attend a game this season, but are on a budget, Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals might be your best bet. 

Travis Loftus, Manager of TicketKing in Ashwaubenon, told Local 5 this weekend’s tickets are the lowest he’s seen in the decade he’s worked there. As of Sunday morning, tickets were starting as low as $24 apiece at Ticket Master..

“It’s pretty soft,” Loftus says. “It’s definitely a buyer’s market at this point. We have tickets way below face value.

There are a variety of factors keeping ticket prices for the game low – the Packers not doing as well this season as fans are accustomed to, a lackluster opponent, and the cold weather and possibility for snow this weekend.

“This is definitely the lowest price I’ve seen for a regular season game, especially with Rodgers healthy,” Loftus says. “We had a game last year against the Buccaneers where he was unhealthy that was similar to this, but with him healthy, it’s crazy that we’ve seen this.”

However, Loftus suggests prices probably won’t dip too much lower.

“It’s been kinda holding steady the last couple days,” Loftus says. “Earlier in the week, it definitely dropped quite considerably, but it’s been pretty steady. Once you hit a sweet spot, it seems like people will continue to buy and pick at the tickets. If you’ve never been to a game, it’s a great Christmas present, the last 3 games, just for how cheap they are.”

To buy tickets from Ticketmaster, click here.

To buy tickets from StubHub, click here.

To buy tickets from Ticket King, click here.

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