Editor’s note: The standing-room only tickets for the Nov. 9 Packers-Bears game and the Nov. 16 Packers-Eagles game are sold out as of Nov. 5 at 5 p.m.
The Green Bay Packers are making a limited number of standing-room-only tickets available for the Packers-Bears game, Nov. 9, and Packers-Eagles game, Nov.16. The two games, including both a Green and Gold package contest, will serve as a trial run for the concept.
The tickets, priced at $75 each (plus applicable fees), will be located behind section 434S in the South End, where standard seats are priced at $100 each. Game attendees who purchase these tickets will be able to stand behind the seating section in that area, as well as use the viewing platforms on either side of the seating section. Other amenities such as a beverage bar, concession stands and restrooms are readily available on that concourse area. The Shopko Gate is the recommended stadium entrance gate for standing-room-only tickets.
A limited number of tickets are currently available online. To access the page to purchase tickets, visit packers.com/tickets/single-game-tickets.html and click through to Ticketmaster. The tickets will be listed as “Standing Room Only.” A limit of four per household has been established. Additionally, the tickets are not able to be resold on NFL TicketExchange.
“The South End expansion was designed to have the capability of offering these types of tickets,” said Mark Wagner, Packers director of ticket operations. “After a season of operations in the South End and having an understanding of our guest experience in that section, we’re ready to try out the concept over the next two games.
“We’ll review the experience and then determine if we’ll offer these tickets for other high-demand games in the future."