Packers gear up for playoffs

The season's barely half over, but the Packers are planning for the playoffs. At least, the Packers' ticket office is planning for the playoffs.

A four-game winning streak and rise into a first-place tie atop the NFC North sprung ticket director Mark Wagner and his staff into action. The Packers this week began mailing playoff-ticket invoices to season-ticket holders.

"Teams like Philadelphia are obvious choices to send out the playoff ticket information," Wagner told the Green Bay Press-Gazette. "But the league can't take the chance by waiting. We have to go ahead."

Season-ticket holders have until 5 p.m. Dec. 7 to return the invoice and a check to reserve seats for a wild-card or divisional playoff game.

Playoff tickets aren't exactly cheap. Under league-dictated prices, a seat for a wild-card or divisional game will cost $94, while a NFC championship game ticket costs $130. Club seats range from $220-$295 for the early playoff games to $265-$340 for a championship contest.

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