Fans pay for playoffs, even before Packers earn the way there
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) and his teammates including John Kuhn (30) walk down the tunnel from the locker roon to the field before their game against the Detroit Lions Sunday November 18, 2012 at Ford Field in Detroit, Mich. MARK HOFFMAN/MHOFFMAN@JOURNALSENTINEL.COM Image by Mark Hoffman
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) - The Packers aren't trying to jinx themselves -- they're just trying to be prepared.
Green Bay hasn't clinched a playoff spot yet but the team has already mailed bills for playoff tickets to season ticketholders. As usual, the team is billing season-ticketholders for possible divisional playoff and NFC championship home games.
If any games aren't at home the team will issue refunds.
A Green Bay Press-Gazette report (http://gbpg.net/TVC9Lc ) says playoff ticket prices are set by the NFL and based on normal seat prices. A seat that generally costs $92 would be $121 for a wild-card game, $148 for a divisional playoff and $220 for the NFC championship.
Green Bay package ticketholders are being billed for their regular seats. Any unclaimed seats will be randomly allocated to Milwaukee package ticketholders.