Blog Blog

Green Bay Packers Tickets

All Events by Date
Change your location to see events near you
Date/Time Event & Venue/City  
Dec 21, 2014
Sun TBA
PARKING: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Green Bay Packers  View 
From $63
Dec 21, 2014
Sun 1:00PM
Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Green Bay Packers  View 
From $171
Dec 28, 2014
Sun 12:00PM
Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions  View 
From $28
< Prev 1 Next >

2014 Green Bay Packers Tickets

One of the National Football League's most iconic franchises is gearing up for a run at its sixth consecutive playoff appearance and Green Bay Packers tickets are your chance to take in the exciting action. Led by star quarterback Aaron Rodgers, the Green Bay Packers are poised to claim their fourth straight NFC North title and they play in one of the NFL's best venues, so you won't want to miss your chance to grab Lambeau Field tickets. Rodgers has some exciting weapons at his disposal including Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb, and running back Eddie Lacy is ready to run over opposing defenses after a Pro Bowl campaign as a rookie. Linebackers A.J. Hawk and Clay Matthews anchor a bruising defense that added pass rusher Julius Peppers in the offseason, and rookie safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix will be an exciting player to watch from your Lambeau Field seats. Catch all of the NFC North's bitter rivalries by grabbing Lambeau Field seats when the Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions and Minnesota Vikings come to town for key divisional matchups. Tom Brady and the New England Patriots will invade the Frozen Tundra in Week 13 in what could prove to be a Super Bowl preview, and that blockbuster matchup is sure to sell out fast so be sure to grab your Lambeau Field tickets now. If you miss out on that showdown, try to grab tickets to see the Packers take on the Atlanta Falcons on Monday Night Football in Week 14. Other visitors to Lambeau Field in 2014 will include the New York Jets, Carolina Panthers and Philadelphia Eagles, meaning you'll want to snag Green Bay Packers tickets for several of these top-notch matchups. Many of the NFL's great quarterbacks will pass through Green Bay this season with Rodgers taking on the likes of Brady, Jay Cutler, Matthew Stafford, Matt Ryan and Cam Newton, and you can see them all from your Lambeau Field seats. Get your Green Bay Packers tickets today to make sure you don't miss the action on the Frozen Tundra.

Green Bay Packers tickets are cherished throughout the state of Wisconsin and beyond, and there is no more special place to watch a game than Lambeau Field. Buy Packers tickets now and see quarterback Aaron Rodgers pick apart opposing defenses all season long. The Pack is loaded with dazzling offensive weapons, starting with wide receivers Randall Cobb, Jordy Nelson and James Jones and tight end Jermichael Finley. Get your Green Bay Packers tickets online now and watch the Pack develop young running backs like Eddie Lacy ofAlabamaand Johnathan Franklin of UCLA. Lambeau Field will be rocking all season long as Rodgers seeks to better his performance from last year, when he threw for 4,295 yards and 39 touchdowns against eight interceptions.

The Green Bay Packers’ home schedule at Lambeau Field features visits fromWashington,Cleveland,Philadelphia,AtlantaandPittsburgh, in addition to matchups with NFC North foesMinnesota,ChicagoandDetroit. The Packers-Falcons game on Sunday, Dec. 8 could very well be a preview of the NFC Championship Game.

Buy Packers tickets online and be part of the greatest tradition in the NFL. The Packers were established in 1919 and have won 13 league championships, nine conference titles and 15 division crowns while making the playoffs 28 times. Under Coach Mike McCarthy, the Pack has made the playoffs each of the past four years.

While Rodgers leads one of the most feared offenses around, linebacker Clay Matthews anchors the defense. The explosive Matthews had 42.5 sacks, seven forced fumbles and four interceptions in his career. This is one of the shrewdest organizations in football, so it was no surprise that in the offseasonGreen Baylocked up Rodgers and Matthews with long-term deals.

Buy Green Bay Packers tickets and watch the Pack return to the Super Bowl, which they last won onFeb. 6, 2011in a thrilling 31-25 victory over the Steelers.Green Baywent 15-1 in the regular season the following year, but playoff disappointment ensued. McCarthy and Rodgers are itching to get back to the mountaintop, and 2013 could be the year. The Pack wisely selected defensive end Datone Jones in the first round of the draft, giving them another gifted defender who should shine playing alongside Matthews. Get your Packers tickets now!

Green Bay Packers football ticket info 2010-2011

Selling season tickets has never been a problem for the Green Bay Packers and it won’t be a problem in 2010 after the Packers improved from a 6-10 record two seasons ago to an 11-5 mark last season.
The Packers hope to go farther in the playoffs this season though after being knocked out in the wild-card playoff game against the Arizona Cardinals last season.
As is always the case in Green Bay, the quarterback is the key to the team’s success and to season ticket sales. Following in the long line of great QBs like Bart Starr and Brett Favre, Aaron Rodgers threw for 4,434 and 30 touchdowns last season.
Rodgers had just seven interceptions but he was sacked an astounding 50 times. Green Bay used a first round pick to help protect Rodgers in the future, taking 314-pound Iowa offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga.
Ryan Grant anchors the Green Bay ground game. He had 1,253 yards on 282 carries last season, a healthy 4.4 yards per carry average.
Donald Driver continues to be Rodgers’ favorite target with 70 catches. Greg Jennings had 68 receptions. Tight end Jermichael Finley chipped in with 55 and Grant, a complete running back, added 25 receptions.
Packers season ticket holders always appreciate solid defense. The Packers bulked up on the defensive line in the draft, taking 294-poind Purdue defensive end Mike Neal in the second round.
Green Bay was also happy to pick up safety Morgan Burnett in the third round of the draft. Charles Woodson still anchors the defensive backfield and could mentor Burnett. Woodson had nine interceptions last season.
Linebacker Nick Barnett does his job well, leading the team with 105 tackles and another linebacker Clay Matthews had 10 sacks. A.J. Hawk is also a standout. But Green Bay still has a major hole at one outside linebacker spot, where Aaron Kampman left as a free agent.
The NFC North is always tough but Green Bay looks ready to compete with the Minnesota Vikings and the improved Chicago Bears for the division crown. Get your Packers season tickets and enjoy the ride.

 

 

Green Bay Packers ticket info


2008 Green Bay Packers Tickets

Hold on to your Green Bay Packers tickets. If you don’t have Packers tickets get them now. The team from Lambeau Field is riding a wave of both optimism and despair and the 2008 NFL season could be huge. For one, the Packers are riding a wave of optimism based on their startling performance in 2007. Coming into the season on absolutely nobody’s radar, the Packers took the NFC North by storm, beat down the vaunted Chicago Bears and finished at 13-3. Not content with just crashing the party, Brett Favre and company then knocked off the Seattle Seahawks convincingly in the first round of the playoffs. Unfortunately for Packers ticket holders, they ran into the eventual Super Bowl champion Giants. But the success of the season has only fed the fire of demand for Green Bay Packers tickets in 2008.

Packers Ticket Say Bye Bye Brett

While celebrating the Packers success in 2007, most fans were unaware that they were watching a historic season: The last hurrah for Brett Favre. The legendary QB called it quits after one of his best years ever, leaving the confines of Lambeau Feid for the green grass of Mississippi. In 15 years, Favre never missed a game, threw 442 touchdowns, led the Green Bay Packers to a Super Bowl title, and etched his name into the record books. He’s a certain NFL Hall of Fame quarterback, if there ever was one, and Packers ticket holders loved every minute of him.

Now, after years of waiting, Aaron Rodgers will get his chance. The much-hailed California product comes into his first year as an NFL starter with 20 completions and one touchdown to his credit. But he’ll also have Ryan Grant as a running back, Donald Driver and Greg Jennings as receivers, and a Packer defense led by A.J Hawk and Nick Barnett to fall back on. Not a bad deal.

2008 Green Bay Packers Tickets – A New Era

If Brett Favre had to leave, he certainly did it at a good time. The Green Bay Packers are resurgent in the NFC North. While his reputation and gutsy play will be missed, Aaron Rodgers looks to be a capable replacement and the team is making all the right moves to regain their former stature. In two short years, Head Coach Mike McCarthy has converted the Packers from an afterthought to a possible Super Bowl contender, which makes 2008 Green Bay Packers tickets all the sweeter.

Top Ten Reasons to By Green Bay Packers Tickets
1. QB Brett Favre - Fans have been buying up Green Bay Packers tickets to see quarterback Brett Favre take the field for what seems like decades. Favre is a future Hall of Famer and this could very well be his last season. Green Bay Packers tickets have never been hotter.
2. Green Bay Traditions - From Vince Lombardi to the Cheeseheads, there's no finer team for football tradition than the Green Bay Packers. The Pack is one of the truly great teams in the hsitory of professional football.
3. Lambeau Field - Is there a more daunting place to visit as an opposing team than Lambeau Field? There's also no finer feeling than holding Lambeau Field tickets in your hand, and knowing you're on your way to walking into history.
4. NFC North Up For Grabs - The NFC North is a fairly weak division, and the Packers could easily take the title over the rest of the stumblers. Brett Favre will be playing to win it all this, and he'll start by punching his playoff ticket winning the NFC North.
5. Bitter Rivalries - Which is the tougher rivalry, Packers-Bears or Packers-Vikings? It doesn't matter, with your Green Bay Packers tickets, you can see them both and decide for yourself!
6. WR Donald Driver - While Brett Favre makes the headlines, the real Packers fans know what drives the team: the steady, rock-solid play of veteran receiver Donald Driver. He can always be counted on to haul in the pass when the game is on the line.
7. First Round DT Justin Harrell - In the first round of the draft, the Packers focused on the defense and took defensive tackle Justin Harrell. Harrell will be a great run stopper, and your Packers ticket gets you in to see him develop from the get-go.
8. Head Coach Mike McCarthy - With head coach Mike McCarthy in his second year, Packers fans should start to see the improvements he's been putting together behind the scenes. McCarthy's a winner, and soon it will translate to wins on the field for Green Bay.
9. Schedule - In addition to the great NFC North matchups, your Green Bay Packers tickets give you the chance to see Donovan McNabb and the Eagles, LaDainian Tomlinson and the Chargers, Clinton Portis and the Redskins, Steve Smith and the Panthers, and JaMarcus Russell and the Raiders.
10. The Lambeau Leap -Perhaps the best thing that a Green Bay Packers ticket gets you is the chance to catch a player doing the Lambeau Leap after scoring a touchdown. And with Favre playing for keeps in possibly his last season, there'll be tons of Leaps this year. Catch yours with Green Bay Packers tickets!

So Mr. Favre, you finally decided to come back for another year. It took you long enough. While you were taking your sweet time in announcing your decision, Green Bay Packers ticket holders were on the edge of their Lambeau seats. But now you’re back and we’re happy to have you. Now go out and win some football games!

Favre is in his 16th season. His name is scattered throughout the NFL record book. But, to put it mildly, the 2005 season was not his best. Favre threw an astonishing 29 interceptions last year. The gunslinger out of Southern Mississippi seemed to try to force balls into the tightest of coverages. Maybe it had something to do with the Packer receiving corps being decimated by injures, including Favre’s favorite target Javon Walker. He was lost for the season in the very first week. A self-destructing offensive line and porous defense also added to the Packers’ dismal season.

All those needs were addressed in the offseason, though, as new head coach Mike McCarthy wasted little time in filling the Pack’s needs. They signed Pro Bowl cornerback Charles Woodson away from the Raiders and defensive back Al Harris from the Eagles. In the NFL Draft, Green Bay snagged Ohio State linebacker A.J. Hawk with the fifth overall pick. They also bolstered their defense in the third round of the draft by adding Iowa linebacker Abdul Hodge. The hard-hitting linebacker led the Hawkeyes in tackles the last three years.

Meanwhile, Walker was shipped off to Denver to make room for a new crop of Green Bay receivers, including talented second-round pick Greg Jennings. The speedster from Western Carolina is one of only 11 NCAA Division I players to eclipse 1,000 yards receiving in three separate years. He’ll be a perfect compliment to veterans Robert Ferguson and Donald Driver.

There’s no doubt, McCarthy has his hands full in Green Bay. The 2005 season was marred by injuries and ended as a complete nightmare for the Packer faithful. But Favre’s back for one last hurrah and he’s got an improved cast to work his magic with. Will it be enough to put the Pack back on the map? Either way, a trip historic Lambeau Field is worth the price of Green Bay Packers tickets.

 

 


THIS PAST WEEK'S GREEN BAY PACKERS TICKETS
MINNESOTA VIKINGS (6-8) AT GREEN BAY PACKERS (6-8) TICKETS
8 p.m., Thursday
Lambeau Field

Is Brett Favre’s storied career coming to an end? Or is the Packer all-time great going to give it another shot next year? Who knows, but one thing is for sure, Favre and the Packers will need to give it their all in order to take down the visiting Vikings on Thursday night. Surprisingly, at 6-8, both teams are still mathematically alive for the postseason. So Thursday’s NFC North showdown is a pseudo playoff game, with the loser being eliminated from the postseason. Look for Favre and the Packers to prevail.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Green Bay 20, Minnesota 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: With the Vikings featuring one of the top run defenses in the league, you can be Brett Favre will be putting the ball in the air lots.br>
ABCTickets.com is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.

THIS PAST WEEK'S GREEN BAY PACKERS (4-8) TICKETS
GREEN BAY PACKERS (4-8) AT SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (5-7) TICKETS
4:05 pm, Sunday
Monster Park

Brett Favre and the Packers are in trouble. They can't seem to get anything going this year. This week they take on the San Francisco 49ers, who are desperately trying to make the playoffs. To tell the truth, both of these teams still have a shot at the post-season in the weak NFC. Favre has to get the Packers back on track, and it will be tough to do against the Niners, who are a lot tough than people give them credit for. But Favre is one of the greats, and still has the skills and smarts to lead the Pack to victory.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Francisco 49ers 21, Green Bay Packers 10
(Last Week: 11-5/Season 118-65)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: WR Donald Driver is Mr. Consistency. If you have him on your team, he's a starter every week.

ABCTickets.com is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.

PAST WEEK'S GREEN BAY PACKERS TICKETS
NEW YORK JETS (6-5) at GREEN BAY PACKERS (4-7) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Lambeau Field

The Packers are fading fast. Green Bay seemed to have control of last Monday night’s snowy tilt in Seattle, but three Brett Favre interceptions later, the Packers are 4-7 are in grave danger of missing the playoffs again. They’ll look to make one last playoff push when Chad Pennington and the improved New York Jets visit Lambeau Field. If the Pack falls this week, Green Bay fans can kiss their slim playoff hopes goodbye.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Jets 21, Green Bay Packers 17
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Packers RB Ahman Green. (Last week: Green — 14 carries, 44 yards, 1 TD)

ABCTickets.com is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.


(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Packers receiver Donald Driver (Last Week: Donald Driver, 7 catches for 203 yards, 1 TD)

Make sure to visit ABCTickets.com each week during the 2006 NFL season to see how we're doing with our predictions, our fantasy football tickets to victory and all the NFL football tickets you'll need for the upcoming weekend.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- THIS PAST WEEK'S GREEN BAY PACKERS TICKETS
GREEN BAY PACKERS (4-6) TICKETS AT SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (6-4)
8:30 Monday
Qwest Field

If you were hoping to see the future QB of the Packers you're out of luck. Aaron Rodgers, subbing for Favre after he injured his elbow, broke his foot in last week's game against the Patriots. Favre should be back under center and ready to go on his umpteenth appearance on Monday Night Football. The Packers have proven themselves to be resilient if nothing else. The Seahawks are a shadow of their NFC Defending Champion selves. But they should be in a bad mood after losing to the Niners last week. Maybe that will get these birds flying again. Alexander is back after successfully testing his foot last week but it remains to be seen if Hasselbeck is going to play. If not, Wallace has been doing a respectable job for a QB still wet behind the ears.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Seattle Seahawks 24, Green Bay Packers 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Packers receiver Donald Driver (Last Week: Donald Driver, 7 catches for 203 yards, 1 TD)

Make sure to visit ABCTickets.com each week during the 2006 NFL season to see how we're doing with our predictions, our fantasy football tickets to victory and all the NFL football tickets you'll need for the upcoming weekend.
PAST WEEK'S GREEN BAY PACKERS TICKETS
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (6-3) AT GREEN BAY PACKERS (4-5) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Lambeau Field

You gotta love these Packers. After a miserable start they’ve won three in a row. While Brett Favre isn’t the Brett Favre of old he still shows signs of what made him a future Hall of Fame member. The question is: Can the Pack beat a Patriots team that’s coming to Lambeau as mad as hornets after suffering their first back to back losses in almost four years? If Green Bay can lay a whipping on the Pats, anything can happen, including their saving a season that everyone in the world had already written off. The ghost of Lombardi will have to whip something up this week.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New England Patriots 28, Green Bay Packers 17 PAST WEEK'S GREEN BAY PACKERS TICKETS
GREEN BAY PACKERS (3-5) AT MINNESOTA VIKINGS (2-5) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
The Metrodome

Anyone entertaining thoughts of the Packers embarking on a winning spree got a dose of reality Sunday in Buffalo. After winning two in a row the talk of Favres revival was pretty loud. It got silenced after this game. But the truth is that Favre is still competent, he just doesn’t have a lot of playmakers to work with. Heading into the Metrodome where the Vikings are still a vulnerable team, the Packers have a realistic shot at leaving with a win. Remember, this is a divisional rivalry and emotions will be running high. We expect a close contest.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Minnesota Vikings 20, Green Bay Packers 17
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Packers receiver Donald Driver (Last Week: Donald Driver, 9 catches for 96 yards, 1 TD)

Make sure to visit ABCTickets.com each week during the 2006 NFL season to see how we're doing with our predictions, our fantasy football tickets to victory and all the NFL football tickets you'll need for the upcoming weekend.

PAST WEEK'S GREEN BAY PACKERS TICKETS
GREEN BAY PACKERS (3-4) AT BUFFALO BILLS (2-5) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Ralph Wilson Stadium

THE PACK IS BACK! Well maybe. For the first time in a long time Green Bay has won 2 consecutive games. Brett Favre was doing the Lambeau leap in Week 8 as the Packers pasted a 31-14 loss on the Arizona Cardinals. It looked like the old days as Green Bay both ran and threw the ball effectively. Who said Favre was washed up? Oh yeah, I did. While it’s nice to see good things happen to the old man, don’t read too much into it. The Pack still has a long way to go. Bit it’s nice to dream isn’t it?

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Buffalo Bills 20, Green Bay Packers 17
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 73-43)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Packers receiver Donald Driver (Last Week: Donald Driver, 5 catches for 48 yards)

Make sure to visit ABCTickets.com each week during the 2006 NFL season to see how we're doing with our predictions, our fantasy football tickets to victory and all the NFL football tickets you'll need for the upcoming weekend.


PAST WEEK'S GREEN BAY PACKERS TICKETS
ARIZONA CARDINALS (1-6) AT GREEN BAY PACKERS (2-4) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Lambeau Field

Are the Packers lucky or what? They get back to back games against two of the suckiest teams in the leagues. Last week they got well on the Dolphins. This week it's the Cardinals, who just gave the woeful Raiders something to cheer about. This is not a powerhouse match but it should be a pretty even contest between two teams on the same level. Do we have to pick? We'll go with an impressive Matt Lienart over an aging Brett Favre.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Arizona Cardinals 17, Green Bay Packers 14
(Last Week: 5-8/Season 65-39)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Packers receiver Donald Driver  (Last Week: Greg Jennings, 1 catch for 14 yards)

Make sure to visit ABCTickets.com each week during the 2006 NFL season to see how we're doing with our predictions, our fantasy football tickets to victory and all the NFL football tickets you'll need for the upcoming weekend.

PAST WEEK'S GREEN BAY PACKERS TICKETS
GREEN BAY PACKERS (1-4) AT MIAMI DOLPHINS (2-3) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Dolphins Stadium

As many expected, the woes continue for Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers. Fortunately, here come the Miami Dolphins. With the loss of Culpepper, the Dolphins are relying on Joey Harrington at quarterback. Harrington has potential but he's no Brett Favre. Even Brett Favre isn't Brett Favre anymore. Even though they're on the road in the warm weather, the Pack still looks better than the hapless Dolphins. You might want to take a road trip if you're from Green Bay.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction:
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 60-31)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Packers receiver Greg Jennings, who has become Favre's favorite target. (Last Week: Packers had the Bye)

Make sure to visit ABCTickets.com each week during the 2006 NFL season to see how we're doing with our predictions, our fantasy football tickets to victory and all the NFL football tickets you'll need for the upcoming weekend.


PAST WEEK'S GREEN BAY PACKERS TICKETS
Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions
1 p.m., Sunday
Ford Field
Neither the Packers nor the Lions have any interest in starting out 0-3. The Packers are in desperate need of something good to happen after suffering consecutive losses at vaunted Lambeau Field to start the year. Brett Favre surely will come out firing, trying to give the Pack new life to the young season.
But, despite losses to Seattle and Chicago to open the season, the Lions remain confident and are looking to make their own statement in the NFC North.
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Detroit 28, Green Bay 21 (Last week: 13-3/Season: 33-9)
Fantasy football ticket to victory: Green Bay wide receiver Donald Driver (Last week: Packer quarterback Brett Favre 31-55, 355 yards, 3 TDs, 1 INT)
You’ve come to the right place for your NFL football tickets, and now we’re letting you know who’s going to win (sometimes) and who’s going to play well (most of the time).