Saturday, January 14, 2012

Packers Tickets | Green Bay Playoffs at Lambeau Field


Packers Tickets and Ticket King


We are just 24 hours away from kickoff at Lambeau Field, but you can still buy Packers tickets for the playoffs.  The Packers have their starters on the offensive line ready.  Bryan Bulaga, and Chad Clifton will be ready to protect Aaron Rodgers against a New York Giants pass rush that is sure to try their best to get to the quarterback.  Eli Manning will look to pick apart a Green Bay secondary that has given up so many big plays this season. 

Packers Tickets from Ticket King Wisconsin

Ticket King Wisconsin has your Packers tickets for Sunday's game, and the NFC Championship game, if Green Bay advances to the next round.  Our Oneida Street office is just yards from Lambeau Field.  We have parking available for all Packer games.  Feel free to tailgate in our lot, and watch thousands of Packers fans walk past your prime location. Ticket King Green Bay is open early, so call (800)992-7328 or (920)405-100 for the best Packers ticket prices in the state.

Green Bay Playoff Tickets from a Trusted Source

Since 1992, we have been buying and selling Green Bay Playoff tickets.  Don't take a risk and hope to find a packer ticket on the street outside of Lambeau Field.  We are two minutes from the front gates, and our parking lot has room for easy in and out ticket pickup.  Our office is open until kickoff on game days. 
If you decide to take a trip to Green Bay, we carry every type of Packers ticket imaginable.

Packer Ticket Options:

  • Packers preseason tickets
  • Packers playoff tickets
  • Green Bay regular season tickets
  • The famous "Jump Zone" tickets in the end zone at Lambeau
  • Packer indoor and outdoor club seating
  • Packers sideline tickets for the best view of Lambeau Field

Lambeau Field Seating Chart

For those of you who have yet to see a Packers game live, you might want to check out a Lambeau Field seating chart.  Lambeau Field is one of the best places for NFL football.  There are sixty rows of bench seating in the original bowl. After the 2004 upgrade, there are additional rows of seating beyond the first sixty rows.  Above that, you will find indoor and outdoor club seating, sky boxes, press, boxes, and finally the scoreboards in both the north and south end zones.