Lambeau Field recently underwent a $55 million renovation. A big part of that was redoing the suite and club levels.
"We redesigned and renovated the suites, we took them down to the studs," said Jason McDonough, Packers director of ticketing and premium seating.
The suites had looked the same since 2003, but after feedback from owners, the Packers knew it was time to upgrade.
"The number one thing we heard was the windows," McDonough said. "Suiteholders wanted the ability to open the windows so we heard that."
He added watching games will now be a different experience.
"Invariably when you open those windows you can hear sights, sounds, the smells of Lambeau Field."
The renovations also included interior renovation: the suites have new, full-sized refrigerators and new technology to enhance the game-watching experience.
Club seat ticketholders also had requests. They wanted more furniture in the common areas and more televisions. The Packers delivered - subtle improvements giving Packers fans even more to cheer about at their favorite place.