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Don't miss November NFC Clashes at Lambeau

Posted Nov 1, 2013

As the Packers enter the stretch for the playoffs, two important NFC match-ups at Lambeau await.  The Pack square off against the Philadelphia Eagles and Michael Vick on November 10 and then Division Rival, the Minnesota Vikings, on Sunday, November 24.  With a remnant of fall and a hint of winter in the air, there is nothing like football at the raucous confines of Lambeau Field. 

The outcome of these two conference battles will go a long way towards determining playoff prospects.  Let PACKER FAN TOURS get you to the games with your choice of seating from end zone to mid-field, luxurious Club Seats or Private Suite seats, as part of complete weekend packages or day-of-game packages.  All include tickets of your choice with pricing for all budgets.   

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