The Green Bay Packers are hiking the price of a regular season ticket by $7 and $2 for a preseason game.
The team announced the price increases Thursday. Among the seating prices, an end zone seat will cost fans $54 for preseason games and $109 for the regular season. A seat between the 20-yard lines will cost $71 for the preseason and $136 for the regular season.
The Packers have about 38,000 season-ticket accounts, including Green and Gold package holders, and a waiting list of about 133,000. It's the ninth consecutive season that prices were increased.
In a letter to ticket holders, President Mark Murphy says the new pricing should put the Packers just below the overall NFL average, and that the NFL average is the figure the Packers use every year to set prices.
“This structure continues to allow us to provide appropriate revenue to our partners in the NFL," he said. "It also recognizes the great value our ticket holders receive for a top-notch gameday experience at Lambeau Field.”