The San Francisco 49ers are traveling to Lambeau Field this Sunday to face the Green Bay Packers, and tickets go on sale Monday afternoon. The Packers have already made tickets available to season ticket holders, but beginning at 1 p.m. PT, any remaining tickets will go on sale to the general public. You can purchase tickets through Ticketmaster, in person, or at their website. Prices will range from $102 to $125.
There are 40,000 total tickets available for purchase. Season ticket holders got a password to start purchasing tickets at 7 a.m. PT. They can purchase four tickets per email address on file until noon PT. When individual tickets go on sale at 1 p.m., fans will again only be able to purchase four tickets per person.
If you are thinking of trying to purchase tickets, it will likely be more expensive to actually fly out for the game. Plane tickets to Green Bay are pretty pricey, but there are some other options. Colin Kaepernick's brother tweeted along some info about getting out to Packers games.
@NinersNation @NFLKings49 as someone who visits family in GB area, almost always fly to Chi, rent car and drive up. Maybe Milwaukee if $ ok— Kyle Kaepernick (@DarthKaepernick) December 30, 2013
@NinersNation yup. It's not close 3 hours Chi, 2 hours Milw. Could look at Appleton as a possibility. 30 mins to GB but more $ than other 2— Kyle Kaepernick (@DarthKaepernick) December 30, 2013
If you are able to get some tickets and head to the game, let us know and make sure to get some pictures at Lambeau!