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Packers Test "Standing Room" Ticket Sales for Bears Game

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    Running back Eddie Lacy #27 of the Green Bay Packers is tackled by defensive end David Bass #91 of the Chicago Bears on December 29, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

    The Green Bay Packers have a limited number of standing-room-only tickets for the Chicago Bears game at Lambeau Field Sunday night and the Philadelphia Eagles game Nov. 16.

    Packers tickets director Mark Wagner says the team will test the concept and decide later if it will work for high demand games.

    The tickets are $75 each and are in the South End of the stadium. Standard seats in that area cost $100 each.

    The team is limiting the number to four per household and the tickets won't be able to be resold on NFL TicketExchange.

    “The South End expansion was designed to have the capability of offering these types of tickets,” Mark Wagner, Packers director of ticket operations, said. “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."

    Tickets are available by clicking Ticketmaster through this link.
     

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