Packers send out bills for playoff tickets

Green Bay hasn’t clinched spot in playoffs but wants to be prepared

Published On: Nov 24 2012 02:38:57 PM CST   Updated On: Nov 24 2012 02:46:40 PM CST
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers running with ball
GREEN BAY, Wis. -

The Packers aren't trying to jinx themselves -- they're just trying to be prepared.

Green Bay hasn't clinched a playoff spot yet but the team has already mailed bills for playoff tickets to season ticket holders. As usual, the team is billing season-ticket holders for possible divisional playoff and NFC championship home games.

If any games aren't at home, the team will issue refunds.

A Green Bay Press-Gazette report said playoff ticket prices are set by the NFL and based on normal seat prices. A seat that generally costs $92 would be $121 for a wild-card game, $148 for a divisional playoff and $220 for the NFC championship.

Green Bay package ticket holders are being billed for their regular seats. Any unclaimed seats will be randomly allocated to Milwaukee package ticket holders.