Seriously. It’s never too early to start thinking about Green Bay Packers tickets. I’ve been thinking about this 2011 Green Bay Packer season since Aaron Rodgers was clutching his belt amidst colorful confetti at Arlington Stadium in February. Obviously, it’s a little unnerving to think about what the NFL lockout could do to the 2011 Green Bay Packers season, but for now, I am proceeding as though the season will start on time. I have my sights set on the home opener at Lambeau Field on Thursday, September 8th. That slot is reserved for Super Bowl champs and I’m still excited about the fact that the Green Bay Packers won the Super Bowl. In a perfect world, I’d attend every game at Lambeau Field and even a few games on the road, but I’ll probably end up going to a handful of home games and no road games. Ideally, I’d love to see the Packers play the San Diego Chargers in San Diego. Early November seems like a great time to visit California. You might be wondering, well, what if I buy tickets for a Green Bay Packers game and that game is never played? No need to worry, if you purchase tickets from us for a game that is not played due to the NFL lockout, we will issue you a refund check within 2 weeks of the originally scheduled game. Even more reason to buy your Packers tickets now!