You can get into a Green Bay Packers game at Lambeau this season, if you are willing to stand

GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN - AUGUST 29: Dexter Williams #22 of the Green Bay Packers scores a touchdown past Raymond Davison #46 of the Kansas City Chiefs in the fourth quarter during a preseason game at Lambeau Field on August 29, 2019 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)

GREEN BAY — The Green Bay Packers announced on Wednesday, Sept. 4 they have a limited amount of standing-room-only tickets available for several games at Lambeau Field this season, including when the Packers face the Denver Broncos, Philadelphia Eagles, Oakland Raiders, Carolina Panthers and Chicago Bears.

The tickets, priced at $85 each (plus applicable fees), allow fans to stand in the area behind Sections 432s to 442s, on the fourth level of Lambeau Field’s South End. In addition to standing behind the seating sections in that area, game attendees can use the viewing platforms on either side of the sections. Concession stands and restrooms are readily available in the concourse area. The South Gate is the recommended stadium entrance gate for those with standing-room-only tickets.

Tickets currently are available online. To access the page to purchase tickets, visit https://pckrs.com/7nljm and click on individual games to view available tickets. The tickets will be listed as “Standing Room Only.” A limit of eight per household has been established. Additionally, the tickets are not able to be resold on NFL Ticket Exchange.

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