Additional Green Bay Packers Info
It's true what they say about Packers tickets. Demand is so high, that the season ticket waiting list is in the thousands. But you don't have to wait another day for your chance to see the Green Bay Packers play at Lambeau Field, or on the road. Ticket King can get you "in the game" today. We work directly with season ticket holders, year in and year out. As soon as the NFL schedule is released, we jump into action.
With our ticket office just yards from Lambeau Field, Ticket King Green Bay makes it easy to buy, sell, or upgrade your tickets. With decades of experience, we have thousands of sources for all the best seats.
Where Can I Find Packers Tickets?
When looking for Green Bay tickets, there are several options to choose from. The "100 level" bowl seating is made up of sixty rows of bench seats. Above row sixty, you will find "300 level" seats. Don't forget to ask about indoor and outdoor club seating or luxury suites at Lambeau Field. There is a new deck in the south end zone of Lambeau Field. That section adds 7000 new seats but doesn't reduce the season ticket waiting list too much. Whether you just need a pair of seats or a large group, any size order is not a problem.
When do Packers tickets go on sale?
Every ticket is part of a season ticket package. After the NFL schedule is announced, tickets are ready to sell in June. Ticket King will take orders for Green Bay Packers after the schedule comes out in spring each year, and deliver them to your mobile device once they are ready to ship.
Looking to Buy Packers Tickets? Here's how:
- Check the 2023 Green Bay Packers Schedule and then select the game that you would like to attend. You can also use the game opponent or date filters just above the ticket listings to find the game you are interested in.
- Click the “Tickets” tab to reveal all available seats sorted by section, row, or price. You can also pick your seat location by clicking on the Lambeau Field interactive seating chart, ticket quantity, and ticket price filters. Use the filters to easily refine your search to the available tickets that match your needs. You can also utilize the “more options” filter to find all Green Bay Packers tickets that will be delivered electronically. Don't forget Packers parking passes or game packages. The Lambeau Field interactive map also shows all tickets available for the desired section.
- Select the section to see a view from the seats, and then proceed to checkout.
- Review the checkout page carefully to make sure that the correct game date, section, and row have been selected. Be sure to check all ticket notes and delivery information.
- If you are happy with the seats selected, just fill out the checkout information and buy your seats for the next game!
Of course, you can always call our Green Bay or Milwaukee office for personal service.
Call us for the best prices on game packages, whether you buy, sell, or upgrade your tickets today. You can also purchase your tickets in Green Bay on game day in our office on Oneida Street.
Packers versus Bears
With two teams that have been battling each other for just shy of one hundred years, there are some amazing moments to look back upon. The Packers and Bears are two of the three oldest teams in the NFL, but they have met just twice in playoff situations. Many will remember the Bears versus Packers playoff game of January 23, 2011. It took a pair of interceptions by the Green Bay defense to seal the victory for Green Bay. The Packers went on to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl that year. Chicago Bears are part of the NFC North division, and they face the Packers twice per season, not including any playoff games.
Packers versus Vikings
Green Bay fans know all too well how hard it is to win on the road in Minnesota. The Minnesota Vikings franchise started in 1961, and since that time these NFC North rivals have battled back and forth over many decades. The Vince Lombardi teams of the 1960s rolled all over the Vikings, going 9-1 in the first five seasons. The tables would turn during the 1970s, at a time when the Vikings rose to great heights in the NFL.
Packers Preseason Opponents
For the 2023 season, the Packers will play three preseason games. The first preseason game will be at Paycor Stadium on August 11, against the Bengals. The second 2023 preseason game will be against the New England Patriots at Lambeau Field, on August 19. The third, and final preseason game will be against the Seattle Seahawks on August 26.
Choose Ticket King for the 2023 Road Games
Packers fans have no problem traveling across the country to see the Green and Gold on the road. Join in on the fun and check out a game this year. Ticket King can find just the road game ticket package for you. Call our Milwaukee or Green Bay office today.
Green Bay will play the following road games this season:
- September 10 against the Bears at Soldier Field
- September 17 against the Falcons at Mercedes Benz Stadium
- Against the Las Vegas Raiders on October 9
- At Empower Field against the Denver Broncos on October 22
- A road game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on November 12
- Against the Lions at Ford Field on November 23
- At MetLife Stadium on December 11 against the New York Giants
- Packers vs. the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium on December 24
- At U.S. Bank Stadium against the Vikings on December 31.
Packers Home Games in 2023
The Packers will host games against their divisional opponents, such as the Bears, Vikings, and Lions. They will also play the New Orleans Saints, Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers, Los Angeles Rams, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
2022 Packers Miss Playoffs in Final Game of Season
The Packers had a "rollercoaster" season in 2022. They started strong, going 3-1. The game against the Giants started a slide for the team. They lost five straight games before defeating the Dallas Cowboys on November 13. They lost to the Titans, and Eagles before going on a four-game win streak that brought the team one victory away from making a Wild Card playoff spot. The Lions won the final game of the season and now the Packers look ahead to the 2023 season.
2021 Packers Make Playoffs Once Again
In 2021, the Packers took on the New Orleans Saints in game one of the season. New Orleans took an early lead and never looked back. Aaron Rodgers assured everyone that the team would be just fine, and he was right. The Packers went on to win their next seven games. Their second loss of the season came at the hands of the Kansas City Chiefs. Jordan Love started that game, while Rodgers sat out after testing positive for COVID-19. Green Bay would go on to defeat The Seahawks, Rams, Bears, Ravens, and Browns. The Vikings edged out the Packers late in the season, while the Lions won the final regular-season matchup at home against the Packers' second-string players. Green Bay topped the NFC and earned a week of rest before facing the 49ers in the divisional round of the 2021 NFL playoffs.
Green Bay and San Francisco both put up fantastic defensive performances and if not for a pair of special teams blunders, Green Bay would have possibly come out on top. Green Bay fans took that loss hard, and now they look to the 2022 season for redemption. Will Aaron Rodgers stay in Green Bay for 2022? The future Hall of Fame quarterback would certainly be welcome to continue his career in Green Bay.
2021 Packers Draft Class
The 2021 Packers draft class was made up of nine players. Green Bay had the 29th pick in the first round and chose Eric Stokes out of Georgia. Stokes started in his rookie season and managed an interception in week four against Pittsburgh. Josh Myers was the Packers second pick. Myers was drafted out of Ohio State and played in six games. Amari Rodgers was the Packers' third-round pick. Rodgers saw playing time in 16 games and returned kicks in seven of those games. His longest punt return was 23 yards, against the Lions in the final game of the regular season. Royce Newman, Tedarrell Slaton, Shemar Jean-Charles, Cole Van Lanen, Isaiah McDuffie, and Kylin Hill made up the rest of the 2021 draft class.
2020 Packers Reach NFC Championship
It was the 100th season for the Green Bay Packers in 2020. Fans weren't allowed in the stands for most of the season, as the NFL played it safe. It was unfortunate because this team was hot. The Packers went 13-3 for the regular season and took the NFC North title a second year in a row.
It was their time to clinch home-field advantage and a first-week playoff bye, and still, they came up one win short of the Super Bowl. Aaron Rodgers was named the season MVP, and Matt LaFleur's record over his first two seasons as head coach was a record-setting 26-6.
This was also the season when Jimmy Graham left for the Bears, Travis Fulgham was picked up by the Panthers, and Jamal Davis left the team in August. As for the 2020 draft, the Packers surprised everyone when they picked Jordan Love in the first round. Love, a quarterback from Utah State might be
the future of the team, but 2020 was all Rodgers. In the second round, A.J. Dillon was picked up. From there, the names of players drafted in rounds three through seven are Josiah Deguara, Kamal Martin, Jon Runyan Jr., Jake Hanson, Simon Stepaniak, Vernon Scott, and Jonathan Garvin. The Packers focused on defense in rounds five and seven.
A.J. Dillon went on to play in ten games, catching a pair of touchdown passes in total. Jordan Love was the team's backup quarterback.
In 2020, the team had no serious free-agent signings, aside from a group of undrafted players who had not made an impact during the regular season. Henry Black played in eight games, with one forced fumble. Krys Barnes played in thirteen games, with a total of 79 tackles and one sack.
Barnes did manage to force that fumble on Teddy Bridgewater at the one-yard line, resulting in a Panthers turnover.
2020 Packers Playoffs
The Packers would repeat their success of winning their first game in the playoffs, only to once again come up short in the NFC Championship game. For their victory, they defeated the Los Angeles Rams 32-18 at Lambeau Field.
Next up, Green Bay faced the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the title game. A title game at Lambeau Field gave the Packers hope that they could defeat the fifth-seeded Buccaneers, but it was not to be. They came up just short, against a very strong defense.
Green Bay Packers Begin Matt LaFleur Era
The Packers had a great 2019 regular season. Their new coach, Matt LaFleur had one of the
most successful seasons for a first-time head coach. He led the team to a 13-3 record and the Packers
made it to the NFC Championship game. By the end of the season, five members of the team
made it to the Pro Bowl. Their hopes for an NFL playoff spot were secured in week 15, and in the final week of the regular season,
the Packers came from behind to defeat the Detroit Lions. Green Bay won the NFC North division title. From there, the team
defeated the Seattle Seahawks in their divisional-round playoff game. From there, it was on to face the 49ers in the NFC Championship game. Sadly, the team
didn't make it to the Super Bowl but hopes remained high as the Packers' defense and offense were both strong.
Packers 2019 Season Highlights
In 2019, the team signed Preston Smith, Za'Darius Smith, and Billy Turner. Adrian Amos came over from the Bears and made a huge impact at Safety.
Preston Smith and Za'Darius Smith brought a pass rush back to the team, while Billy Turner signed a four-year deal to play at guard.
As for the Packers draft class, the first-round pick went to Rashan Gary. Darnell Savage Jr. was also picked in the first round. In round two, Elgton Jenkins from Mississippi State was drafted. Green Bay drafted a pair of players from Texas A&M in the third and fifth rounds. In round six, Ka'dar Hollman and Dexter Williams were picked up. Ty Summers was the seventh-round draft pick, coming from TCU.
Green Bay lost just three games in the regular season. The team started strong, winning their first three games. They took down the Bears, Vikings, and Broncos before facing the Philadelphia Eagles at Lambeau Field. After that loss, the team went on to win their next four games, capping it off with a win on the road against the Kansas City Chiefs. A loss to the Chargers on the road was followed up with a win at home against the Panthers. Facing the 49ers in the regular season, the team suffered its worst loss of the year. Still, the Packers won the rest of their games and took the NFC North title.
The Packers won a first-round bye in the 2019 playoffs. They would face the Seattle Seahawks at home for their first playoff opponent. Green Bay jumped to an early 21-3 lead going into the half. The team held strong and defeated a surging Seahawks offense. The final score was Packers 28 - Seahawks 23. Green Bay went on to face the 49ers a second time in the season. The NFC Championship was on the line, and the Packers came out of the gate cold. Down 27-0 at halftime, the Packers never recovered.
Packers 2018 Season Bring Team Close to Playoff Opportunity
The 2018 Packers season was another exciting time for fans and the team. From the start, Aaron Rodgers led his players, and he stuck it out. In game one against the Bears, he managed an amazing comeback win. In a strange one at Lambeau Field, they ended game two against the Vikings in a tie. This was followed up with their first loss of the season, against a Redskins team that made it a thrilling finish. Taking down Buffalo in week four seemed to be the remedy to the 1-1-1 start, but that was followed up with a loss to the Lions on the road. This was a season where the team's goal was to string together a pair of victories. After the bye week, they had the Rams on the ropes, late in the game. A fumble on a kickoff return dashed the hopes of a last-second victory, and the team was looking at a very thrilling road game against New England. The Packers would not go on to win again until Miami came to Green Bay on November 11.
The Packers were still in the hunt at that point and finished with a record that had fans looking forward to next season. To add insult to injury, Rodgers was taken out of the final game with a concussion. The organization did not wait for the end of the season, and Joe Philbin took over as interim coach, and the Packers played .500 ball to close out the season.
2019 will be the start of the Matt LaFleur era in Green Bay. LaFleur comes to the Packers by way of the Titans. Before that, he spent time as a coach in Atlanta and Los Angeles. This young team leader was picked by Packers management as someone who will bring the best out in Aaron Rodgers. Assistant coaching positions will fill out as the offseason moves along. For now, Packers fans will look forward to a much more productive 2019.
Packers 2018 Free Agent and Draft Recap
One of the biggest new directions that the Packers did was to dive into free agency. On March 14 they added offensive guard Billy Turner, safety Adrian Amos, outside linebacker Preston Smith, and outside linebacker Za’Darius Smith, all for four years each. Other teams may have added more players, but the Packers were the only team that added this many big targets. Following that famous day, they spent the rest of the free-agent period locking up their current players.
By the time Brian Gutekunst was done wheeling and dealing, the Packers finished the draft with eight selections, including two first-round draft choices. Their first selection in round one was a little bit of a head-scratcher, as they reached for edge rusher Rashaan Gary from Michigan, who doesn’t have a position in this defense. He could line up as either an outside linebacker or defensive end. Their second selection in round one was a good one though, safety Darnell Savage from Maryland, a freakish athlete with ball-hawking skills this team has not had at the safety position since Nick Collins broke his neck in week two of the 2011 season. In round two they went with versatile offensive lineman Elgton Jenkins from Mississippi State. Depending on how Jenkins does in training camp and the preseason, he could win the right guard spot and send Lane Taylor packing. Their next three selections were tight end Jace Sternberger from Texas A&M, defensive lineman Kingsley Keke also from Texas A&M, and cornerback Ka’dar Hollman from Toledo. They finished their draft with running back Dexter Williams from Notre Dame and inside linebacker Ty Summers from TCU. This was the most headline-filled off-season in recent memory in Green Bay. Perhaps they can settle down now and get back to their winning ways.
Packers Class of 2017 Draft
The Packers had many “in-house” decisions to make this off-season. First, they released cornerback Sam Shields, who is being told to retire by most medical professionals. They re-signed outside linebacker Nick Perry, Punter Jacob Schum, and reserve offensive guard Don Barclay. Thompson then caught everybody off guard when he went into the free-agent market for tight ends Martellus Bennett and Lance Kendricks. He also added defensive lineman Rickey Jean-Francois, who will fit well in this scheme upfront. Thompson's biggest issue this offseason was fixing the cornerback unit, one of the worst in the league. First, the team hoped to improve with a healthy Damarious Randall and Quinten Rollins, but they needed more. So, Thompson brought back Davon House via free agency. In the draft, Thompson traded down and used the first pick in round two to take cornerback Kevin King from Washington. King has the highest upside of any corner in this draft. In round two, they drafted safety Josh Jones from LSU, who will replace Micah Hyde. In round three they added depth to the defensive line with Montravius Adams from Auburn. They needed fresh legs at running back, so they added three of them in the draft. Jamal Williams from BYU, Aaron Jones from UTEP, and Devante Mays from Utah State all suited up for Green Bay. Overall, it seemed like a quality draft season for Thompson. Unlike the last several seasons, the Packers had a load of momentum entering 2017. The team was 5-1 when Aaron Rodgers went down with a broken collar bone. Brett Hundley took over as quarterback, and the team struggled to stay in the playoff hunt. Rodgers rushed his return to the game, with hopes that he could win the last few contests. Sadly, that didn't happen and now the team looks forward to 2018.