Packers raise ticket prices for 2018 season; no more print-at-home tickets

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - It will cost Green Bay Packers fans a couple extra bucks to see a game in 2018.

The Packers have announced a price increase for stadium bowl tickets.

Each preseason ticket will go up $2.

Each regular season ticket will go up $7.

“We expect this will place us just below the overall NFL average, the figure we use each year to set our prices,” says Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy. “This structure continues to allow us to provide appropriate revenue to our partners in the NFL and also recognizes the great value our ticket holders receive for a top notch gameday experience at Lambeau Field.”

Here's how much tickets will cost in 2018 under the new pricing:

End zone seats: $54 for preseason, $109 for regular season

South end zone, 700 Level: $59 for preseason, $119 for regular season

End zone to the 20‐yard line: $62 for preseason, $122 for regular season

South end zone, 600 Level: $66 for preseason, $126 for regular season

Between the 20-yard lines: $71 for preseason, $136 for regular season

The Packers have also announced that "print at home" tickets are no longer allowed. This means all tickets purchased electronically will need to be scanned on smartphones or entry to Lambeau Field will be denied. The Packers says this will help prevent counterfeit tickets.

Season tickets will continue to be mailed to holders.