The divisional playoff game of Green Bay Packers in the Lambou area will include the presence of invited frontline healthcare activists and first responders as well as season ticket holders, the organization announced on Thursday.
Season ticket holders who have opted for the opportunity to purchase tickets this summer will receive on-sale information this week via email. On Tuesday, January 12, tickets will be sold online by the ticket master, after the NFL announces the date and time of the divisional matchup. Packers tickets will not be for sale through office fees.
Season, 000 tickets selected by the ticket holders of the season will be available for purchase. Seats will be arranged in social stadium pods of two, four and six tickets in the stadium. Prices set by the NFL for playoff games will range from 12 7,127 to 7 177, depending on location; A service fee will also be charged from the ticketmaster. An additional number of guests will be in attendance, including invited frontline healthcare workers and first responders, as well as a league-mandatory allotment to the visiting team.
Importantly, tickets will not be able to resell or transfer and all tickets will be mobile. Season ticket holders who purchase tickets are responsible for coordinating all attendees in their pods, as entry into the game will be done by scanning the mobile ticket on the buyer’s mobile device. No exceptions will be made to this policy. These steps have been taken to ensure the safety of all participants in the game.
The plan for the growing number of attendees builds on the successful COVID-19 protocol the team uses for its final four regular-season home games. Season ticket holders are expected to participate in the game with members of their household. Suites and club seats cannot be ible access for this game, as both areas use indoor spaces.
“Our players have enjoyed the enjoyment provided by the limited number of fans in the last four games. We look forward to welcoming our season ticket holders to enhance that atmosphere in the place,” said Packers President / CEO Mark Murphy. . “We’ve seen our Covid-19 protocol in action and we’re confident we can safely add additional fans.”
The team has been guided by healthcare partner Belin Health, as well as Brown County Public Health officials, to implement the full protocol in place for the team’s invited guests during the last four regular season home games. Protocols toward the Lambou area and the NFL have proved effective as no local COVID-19 case clusters have been found in NFL games, according to the relevant health departments in NFL cities. During the regular season, the NFL had a total of 109 games attended by over 1 million fans.
The protocols used in the Lambou area include the need for people not to use their restrooms or to stay in their socially spaced “pod” seats unless they buy food or drinks. Other protocols include the use of mobile tickets as a method of entry, enhanced cleaning measures in stadiums, combined hand sanitizer stations, cashless relaxation venues and the necessary facial coverings. There will also be a ban on tailgating in the Lambou area field parking for playoff games. No carry-in items, including seat backs, clear bags or purses, will be allowed. Small clutch purses are allowed for individual goods, but should not exceed 4.5 ” x 6.5 ” in size.
Those who feel ill or have a member of their household who is ill (or under quarantine) will be asked not to buy tickets. Anyone who has recently been tested positive for Covid-19 has been contacted, but is also told not to attend. In addition, those who purchase tickets must self-screen for COVID-19 features before the game.