The Green Bay Packers take on the Minnesota Vikings at Lambeau Field this Sunday. The outcome of the game means much more to the Packers than it does to the Vikings. At 5-5 and working with a third string backup quarterback, Green Bay can still work their way into the playoffs. With a victory against Minnesota, and one more week for Rodgers to heal, things could be looking good for the Packers versus Lions matchup on Thanksgiving Day.
Ticket King has Packers versus Vikings tickets available up until kickoff at Lambeau Field. Green Bay has won six of the last seven games, and their victory at the Metrodome this season was basically a blow out. The Packers are still without key players on both sides of the ball, but there is hope. Scott Tolzien has managed to move the ball up and down the field, but has struggled to get it into the end zone. He’s not without confidence, and has taken over as the backup, over Seneca Wallace. Now if he could just keep from throwing those interceptions.
Packers fans will flock to Ford Field on November 28. That’s Thanksgiving Day, and Green Bay will play the red hot Lions on the road. Tickets for games at Ford Field tend to be lower in price when compared to the Packers – Lions game at Lambeau Field. Green Bay has won 15 of the last 16 games against the Lions, but this year their opponent is a much better foe. Will the Packers keep up that momentum? By next Friday, Green Bay could be 7-5. Let’s hope so!
Since 1992, Ticket King has been a trusted source for Packers tickets. Our company opened a Green Bay ticket office in 1997, just down the road from Lambeau Field. In 2004, we moved to a new location that is just south of the Don Hudson Center, within yards of the stadium. Picking up game tickets in Green Bay is very easy. We have short term, long term parking, and a drive through window! Park in our lot on game day and set up the grill. If you want to let someone else do the cooking, consider our Green Bay Distillery tailgate option. They know how to throw a party. See you at the game. Go Packers!