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Packers to Offer 'Pay As We Play' Playoff Plan

Created: 02/03/2014 3:55 PM WDIO.com
By: Associated Press

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) - The Green Bay Packers expect to offer a "pay as we play" option for post-season tickets after fans complained about the team's playoff ticket policy.

The Packers on Monday also announced plans to increase seat prices next season.

The Packers had trouble selling out the Jan. 5 home wild card game against San Francisco. The team's policy required the purchase of two possible home playoff games with any games that are not played credited to next year's season ticket purchase.

While the post-season ticket sales policy is still under review, the Packers say they anticipate having payment applied only when a game is certain to occur.

The Packers also say there will be $3 increase for each general seating and suite ticket. Invoices were sent to season-ticket holders this week.

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