2014 was so close to ending so differently for the Green Bay Packers. What ended in such a disappointing fashion could have just as easily resulted in a Super Bowl berth. Green Bay will be looking to get back the NFC Championship Game and will be one of the favorites to represent the NFC in Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium. Packers tickets are always in high demand, but there may not be a bigger game at Lambeau Field than when the Seattle Seahawks visit.
Week 2 will bring a rematch of that classic NFC Championship Game, on Sunday Night Football. Like last season, the Packers and Seahawks are expected to be the top two teams in the conference. While this is a rematch of last year’s NFC Championship Game it could also be a preview of this coming season’s NFC Championship Game as well. Packers vs Seahawks tickets for this game currently have a get-in price of $205.
As one of the longest rivalries in football, Packers vs Bears tickets are usually some of the most expensive in the NFL, and of course that will be no different this season when the Packers host the Bears on Thanksgiving night. The get-in price for the Week 12 matchup is currently $250, easily the most expensive home game on the Packers schedule. The Bears may be in the process of rebuilding a roster under new head coach John Fox, but a prime time holiday game will keep demand for this game high. There are also rumors that the Thanksgiving game will be the day when the Packers retire Brett Favre’s No. 4.
Green Bay’s least expensive game will come when they host the Minnesota Vikings in Week 17. Packers vs Vikings tickets for the regular season finale currently have a get-in price of $165.
The Packers kept most of their 2014 roster together, re-signing tackle Bryan Bulaga and wide receiver Randall Cobb after both hit free agency. In 2015, the Packers will be looking to make the playoffs for the seventh straight season. On the heels of an MVP season, it’s likely Aaron Rodgers will be able to bring the team there and more.