If you would like Green Bay Packers season tickets, all you need to do is sign up and wait...a couple hundred years.
According to Packersnews.com, that's how long the line is at the current rate of season ticket renewals, which is a staggering 99.9 percent.
As shown in the article, a pair of end zone seats cost $1,190 for seven games. Of course, there's also that pesky one-time user fee that will run you, or in this case Brad Sauve, $4,200 for those seats as well.
Green Bay is easily the smallest market of any professional sports team in the United States, and yet the city and team thrive with one another. The Packers have enjoyed a tremendous fan base dating back to the days of Curly Lambeau, but especially since a man named Vince Lombardi starting winning championships in the 1960s.
For years, tickets to Lambeau Field have been among the hardest to land in the NFL, along with venues such as Heinz Field, MetLife Stadium (when the New York Giants play), and Gillette Stadium.
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