The Packers average ticket price for regular season NFL games has remained relatively consistent over the last six seasons. Average Packers ticket prices experienced no change with a flat rate in 2014 and 2015 at a $188 average ticket price. The largest increase came during the 2012 season with an increase of 42% moving from $118 average ticket price to $205 average ticket price. The average ticket price for Houston Texans regular season NFL tickets for 2016 is currently at its highest over the previous six years with a price of $228.
(Data updated 11/2/2016)
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2017 Packers Season Preview
The 2016 Green Bay Packers schedule is set and once again the Packers are looking to win another championship. The Packers are expected to be one of the top teams in the NFL as they have made it to the playoffs the last seven seasons and won the Super Bowl in 2010. The 2015 season was the first time in four years the Packers were unable to clinch the NFC North, however they did make it through the wild card round with a win against the Washington Redskins. Unfortunately, the team fell to the Arizona Cardinals in the 2015 divisional playoffs. Aaron Rodgers will continue to lead the team offensively and continue to prove himself as one of the top quarterbacks in the NFL. The Packers added a new nose tackle to their defense as they drafted Kenny Clark in the first round of the 2016 NFL draft. The 2016 Packers season is sure to be an exciting one as the Packers host one of their top rivals, the Detroit Lions, at their first home game. TicketCity is the place to go for Green Bay Packers tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Packers at Lambeau Field, or supporting Green Bay on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Green Bay Packers tickets, including home and away games.
Green Bay Packers Football at Lambeau Field Address: 1265 Lombardi Ave, Green Bay, Wisconsin, 54304
The Packers play their home games at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The stadium is named after the team’s first head coach and general manager Curly Lambeau. Lambeau Field, opened in 1957, is the NFL’s oldest stadium and the third oldest in professional sports behind MLB stadiums Wrigley Field and Fenway Park. “The Frozen Tundra” has a capacity of more than 73 thousand screaming fans. Special to Lambeau Field is the famous Lambeau Leap, started by LeRoy Butler in 1993 when he jumped into the stands following a score to celebrate with the Packer faithful. The Green Bay Packers home bench is on the Lambeau Field sideline with sections 112-128, so grab Green Bay Packers tickets in this section to sit near your team. Lambeau Field parking information is covered in our Packers event guide.
Not many rivalries can touch this one. These two storied franchises have faced each other more than 185 times with their first meeting occurring in 1921. The Packers and the Bears have won 20+ NFL Championships and have over 45 players combined in the Hall of Fame. With these two teams in the same division, this heated rivalry will continue to build off the legacy that started over 90 years ago.
Over 100 meetings, numerous close games, and a quarterback leaving one team for the other, it is no wonder why this rivalry has become one of the NFL’s best. The fans have no love for each other, and with 25+ division titles between the two teams, the Packers and Vikings are often fighting for a division crown when they faceoff.
Becoming division opponents in 1933 and meeting at least twice in a season since 1932, this matchup is the longest continuously running rivalry in the NFL. This rivalry has been showcased often times on Thanksgiving Day which just adds to the intensity when these two teams go up against one another.
Green Bay Packers in the Super Bowl, NFC Championship and NFL Playoffs
As the third oldest franchise in the NFL, the Packers have established themselves as one of the most respected organizations in football. With multiple Super Bowl championships and over 8 conference championships, Green Bay has set the standard of how other NFL franchises are judged. The Packers have made the playoffs 25+ times in their history that started in 1919.
2015 Green Bay Packers Season Preview
The Green Bay Packers fell one quarter short of making the Super Bowl in 2014. A 4th quarter rally by the Seattle Seahawks, and an overtime touchdown, put the nails in what looked to be a 2nd Super Bowl appearance for Aaron Rodgers. The loss put a damper on what was a fantastic season, that saw Green Bay return to prominence in the NFC. The Packers lost big play receiver Jon Jones in the offseason, but retain the core of their high powered offensive cast, including Aaron Rodgers, Eddie Lacy, Randall Cobb, and Jordy Nelson. Green Bay spent extra attention on the defense in the 2015 NFL draft, bringing in Damarious Randall and Quinten Rollins to add depth to their secondary for 2015. Barring any major injury the Packers should once again have one of the top offenses in the NFL in 2015 and should be a contender for the NFC North title, and should be Super Bowl Contenders. A week 1 matchup with defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots will put the Packers on display from the start of the 2015 season.
2014 Green Bay Packers Season Preview
The Green Bay Packers had their franchise player go down for half the season and still found a way to make the playoffs, so watch out for the Packers when they have a healthy Aaron Rodgers in 2014. After a good start, the Packers had to stumble into the playoffs at 8-7-1 with Rodgers out. The former MVP was back for the playoffs but Green Bay fell just short of beating the 49ers in the first round. This year, the Packers have added more pieces to the puzzle to ensure they don’t fall short again, including first-round draft pick HaHa Clinton-Dix. The Alabama safety is a hard hitter and should slot into the starting lineup right away. Also joining the green and yellow is Julius Peppers, and the Packers didn’t lose much outside of WR James Jones. Green Bay will kick off in Seattle in Week 1, a rematch of the controversial “Fail Mary” play from last season. Going into Week 10, the Packers will have only played three home games, but they’ll welcome the Bears, Eagles, Patriots and Falcons into Lambeau over that next month.
2013 Green Bay Packers Season Preview
The 2013 Green Bay Packers will look slightly different from the 2012 version after three familiar faces moved on this offseason—wide receivers Greg Jennings and Donald Driver, and defensive back Charles Woodson. Even without the three stars in green and gold, the future is bright for the Packers. Aaron Rodgers remains arguably the best quarterback in the NFL. Randall Cobb emerged last season as a top-flight receiver, and will be part of a formidable receiving corps including Jordy Nelson and James Jones. In the second round of the NFL Draft, the Packers snagged Alabama running back Eddie Lacy to sure up the backfield with Cedric Benson out of the picture. With a potent offense and star power on the defensive side of the ball, the Packers promise to be one of the best teams in the NFL again this season.
2011 Green Bay Packers Season Preview
Entering the season as the defending Super Bowl champions carries with it a great deal of pressure, but the Green Bay Packers are certainly well-equipped to handle it. With the core of talented players back from last year's title run, there's no reason to believe the Packers won't be back in the conversation this year. With one of the best arms in the NFL, quarterback Aaron Rodgers was the most important piece of Green Bay's championship offense last season. However, he didn't do it alone and will have all his favorite weapons back this year including Greg Jennings and Donald Driver. Also back this year will be standout tight end Jermichael Finley - who missed much of last season due to injury. Ryan Grant will handle the running duties, and if he can stay healthy is certainly reliable. Another reason the Packers go to the Super Bowl in 2010 was in part due to their stout defense. That should be the case once again in 2011 as they bring back veteran cornerback Charles Woodson along with standout safety Nick Collins. Additionally, with linebackers Clay Matthews and A.J. Hawk patrolling the middle, offenses will find it tough to move the ball.
2010 Green Bay Packers Season Preview
Green Bay coach Mike Sherman has an offense that is loaded with talented players. Running back Ryan Grant showed last year that, when he's healthy, he can be one of the most productive backs in the league, as he ran for 1,253 yards and 11 touchdowns. While receivers Donald Driver and Greg Jennings are not among the elite players at their position, they are extremely reliable targets for Rodgers. The offensive line may be a question mark, however, as Rodgers was among the most sacked quarterbacks last year. Despite the fact that he is entering his 13th season in the league, Charles Woodson remains one of the best defensive players in the NFL and is coming off a year where he had nine interceptions. Woodson and Al Harris are the anchors of a very talented secondary. The linebacking corps should be solid as well, as middle linebacker A.J.Hawk is great at stopping the run.
2009 Green Bay Packers Season Preview
The Green Bay Packers are excited about the 2009 football season. That is because they head into the new season without any talk about quarterback controversy; this year's Pack team belongs to Aaron Rodgers. Rodgers showed great promise early in 2008, so Green Bay just has to get him playing at that level again to improve on their 6-10 record from '08. Other bright spots for the Packers include; running back Ryan Grant, tight end Jermichael Finley and defensive lineman Aaron Kampman. If those players and a few of their veterans can get things going in the right direction, then expect the Packers to make noise in the NFC. Green Bay already has one of the toughest home crowds in the NFL and if the Pack have a shot then Lambeau Field will be rocking. No other NFC team wants to go through Lambeau in December or January, so Green Bay needs to win early and make that a reality. 2009 could be the year the Packers put it all together.
2008 Green Bay Packers Season Preview
The Green Bay Packers are one of the most exciting teams in the NFL for a number of reasons. With one of the top offenses in the nation, a sloid defense, and several recent winning seasons, the Packers are looking strong heading into the 2008 season. A game at the storied "frozen tundra" of Lambeau Field in Green Bay is truly the most celebrated football experience a fan can have. Just three years after coming within one game of reaching the Super Bowl, the Green Bay Packers enter the 2010 season as one of the favorites to return to that level once again. Aaron Rodgers has emerged as one of the league's elite quarterbacks and an NFC North title is within the Packers' grasp.
Green Bay Packers - 1/6/2017
The Packers claimed the NFC North and are set to face off against the New York Giants this week.
Green Bay Packers - 12/22/2016
After suffering a calf injury in last week’s game, Aaron Rodgers went from a DNP to a full participant in practice this week, and he is expected to start in this week’s game against the Vikings.
Green Bay Packers - 12/9/2016
Clay Matthews has resumed practicing with the team on a limited basis and it is looking very possible that he could return by the end of the season.
Green Bay Packers - 11/25/2016
It was confirmed this week that neither Eddie Lacy or Sam Shields would return to play for the Packers this season.
Green Bay Packers - 11/18/2016
The Packers will have a few players sitting out this week’s game against the Redskins as right guard T.J Lang and LB Jake Ryan are both sidelined due to ankle injuries.
Green Bay Packers - 11/7/2016
The Packers continue to fall in the NFC North after losing to the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. Their record is now 4-4.