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Club seats offer way into Lambeau

Posted Jul 29, 2011

Part of Packers lore is the decades of waiting it requires to slowly climb the list and get a season ticket at Lambeau Field. The waiting, however, isn’t as long as it once was for qualified fans aiming to obtain season tickets outside the general bowl of the stadium. The fastest way is to register for the club seat packages, which provide the most exclusive amenities and the best sightlines for ticket holders.

“With the waiting list for tickets in the lower bowl being so lengthy, fans have been thrilled to learn that the list for club seats is usually only three seasons,” said Jennifer Ark, director of premium sales and guest services. “It’s a great opportunity, and the club seats provide the best views of the field along with other amenities. It’s a good option for fans that want season tickets but think they are out of reach because of the wait.”

Club seat availability varies on the rate of renewal and requires a multi-year commitment. The advantages of club seating are many. For comfort, outdoor seating has stadium chairs with a back and a cup holder. Indoor seating is theater-style in a climate-controlled atmosphere, with cushioned seats and a cup holder. High definition flat screen TVs along with the play-by-play of the Packers radio broadcast are also included indoors.

Outdoor and indoor club seating ticketholders have access to the Associated Bank Club Level, which has in-seat food and beverage options, access to meet-and-greets with Packers alumni, and opportunities for premium giveaways such as field pregame passes and autographed items. There are also invitations to exclusive Packers events, such as all-access passes to training camp.

Club seat packages include all preseason and regular season games. There are no “Green and Gold” packages – a preset formula of games available for former Milwaukee ticket holders – for club season ticket holders.

In addition to the club seat ticket fees, there is a one-time, seat-security deposit required at the time each seat is purchased. At the end of the multi-year agreement, each individual is given the opportunity to renew his or her club seats.

Currently, prices for the club seats vary depending on the category and term, but they start at $2,120 per seat for the season and go up to $3,130 per seat. These prices are for the 2011 season and are subject to change.

If you are interested in signing up for the club seat package waiting list, please call (920) 569-7260, or register right here.

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