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Packer Fan Tours - Approved Buyer of Extra Tickets for its Game Packages

Posted May 9, 2014

Packers Ticket Holders….have extra game tickets to sell?  PACKER FAN TOURS NEEDS your tickets for game packages and is an APPROVED BUYER to sell your tickets to!  Sell your tickets NOW – No need to wait until July when you have them in hand! Get great value for your tickets and sell with confidence and safety, as PACKER FAN TOURS and the Packers guarantee “Seat Protection”, meaning you do not risk loss of your seats through fan misbehavior. Why list your tickets for sale, wait and wonder if they sell, then wait again for payment? Why pay a commission?  Why take unnecessary chances?  Sell NOW to PACKER FAN TOURS with no hassle or risk.  Contact PACKER FAN TOURS and give other Packers fans a chance to buy a package to see a game.  Call PACKER FAN TOURS at 920-PACKERS (920-722-5377) or CLICK HERE.

Looking for Game Packages?  REMEMBER, PACKER FAN TOURS is the one and ONLY Official Tour Company and offers many package choices, with ALL including Game Tickets, whether for HOME or ROAD Games.  Support your team the OFFICIAL way, with PACKER FAN TOURS.
 
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