Green Bay Packers Super Bowl Celebration: 'Return To Titletown' Sells 50,000 Tickets

You think Green Bay Packers fans are excited about beating the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV? The latest figures on their Super Bowl celebration at Lambeau Field planned for Tuesday have come out and they're big.

The Packers are expecting a full house at Lambeau after selling 50,000 tickets to the event.

Each ticket costs $5 so that's $250,000 they've made on the post-Super Bowl celebration. A portion of the proceeds are going to Packers Foundation charities. 

The Packers' opted against the traditional Super Bowl parade and will host "Return To Titletown" at Lambeau on Tuesday afternoon. The event starts at 5:00 p.m. (ET) and will last one hour. 

Green Bay's first Super Bowl in 14 years brought an estimated 35,000 fans onto the streets to welcome them home on Monday. It must be good to be a Packers fan today.

Check out Acme Packing Company to see what Packers fans are saying about post-Super Bowl celebration.

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