1/2 Mandated TV Blackout in Green Bay and Milwaukee of Packer Game Possible

The Green Bay Packers say less than 7,500 tickets remain available for Sunday’s playoff game against the San Francisco 49ers at Lambeau Field. That’s down from about 13,000 on Tuesday morning, December 31st. If the game doesn’t sell out BY 4PM TODAY the Packers face a league-mandated TV blackout in Green Bay and Milwaukee.  Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy told reporters he’s not concerned about the tickets remaining. During his Wednesday news conference at Lambeau Field, he told reporters the environment at Lambeau Field will be “incredible” — and that “these are the games fans live for.” There are several reasons why people could be passing on a trip to Lambeau Field on Sunday. One is the predicted cold weather and the other is the cost factor. The least priced tickets are available at one fifteen to one hundred twenty five dollars each. Many season ticket holders opted not to purchase post season tickets because the Packers were billing them $1200 a piece and up front for playoff seats.
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