Green Bay Packers 2014 Outlook and Ticket Prices

The Packers had a rough go of it last season. They lost Aaron Rodgers for a good chunk of the season after starting out well. They won only eight games, and had their worst record since 2008 — and still made the playoffs and almost upset the 49ers in the first round. Even when the Packers are bad, they’re good. A healthy Aaron Rodgers will do a lot for the team looking to get back to the Super Bowl and that 15-1 record they had a few years ago. Green Bay has a stellar passing game, and with Rodgers pitching the rock to Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb once again in 2014, they’ll be hard to stop. Green Bay also addressed an issue on defense, picking HaHa Clinton-Dix with their first-round pick of the draft. Clinton-Dix is a hard-hitting safety out of Alabama, and it was a dream come true for the Packers when he fell to them. Lets look forward at the eight home games hosted by Lambeau Field this year and see both what the Packers look forward to and what the fans can expect to pay to see a game.

vs. New York Jets, Sept. 14 

The Jets come into Lambeau for the home opener, and it’ll be interesting to see where they are at this point early in the season. Will we see Geno Smith or Michael Vick? Tickets for this one start as low as $146 right now, and that’s for the lower level! Get your first taste of the season at Lambeau in Week 2.

vs. Minnesota Vikings, Oct. 2 

Get-in Price: $150

Aaron Rodgers could pick up another MVP this season.

vs. Carolina Panthers, Oct. 19

The Panthers proved to be one of the NFC’s best teams last season, and their defense will be a good match against the Packers air assault. 700-level ticket for this one start at $150.

vs. Chicago Bears, Nov. 9

The hated Bears come into Lambeau and it could be the contest that swings the division back in Green Bay’s favor. Jay Cutler has Alshon Jeffrey, Brandon Marshall, and Matt Forte, so this could be a very high-scoring game. Tickets start at $163.

vs. Philadelphia Eagles, Nov. 16

Get-in Price: $138

vs. New England Patriots, Nov. 30

Two of the decade’s best quarterbacks face off in this one, and the Patriots always bring a good game to NFC teams. Tickets will start off at $150, and you can even get a lower-level seat in between the 20s for $228.

vs. Atlanta Falcons, Dec. 8

Looking to get into a Packers game for under $100? Look no further. Get in price is currently $93.

vs. Detroit Lions, Dec. 28

Don’t sleep on the Lions this season, Matt Stafford has the offensive weapons to take this Detroit team far. It’ll be up to the defense to make some stops for the Lions if they want to challenge the Packers and Bears in the NFC North. It’s the last game of the season at home, so it could be very important to the playoff race. This one has a get in price of $126, and you can even sit lower level at the 50 yard line for $134. What a deal for a game at Lambeau!