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Don't miss big upcoming clashes at Lambeau!

Posted Oct 26, 2012

Just around the corner are huge NFC match-ups for the Packers at Lambeau Field as the playoff race looms.  The Pack square off against the Cardinals (November 4), the Vikings (December 2) and the Lions (December 9).

As the playoff race begins in earnest, the outcome of these games becomes critical and the Packers need your support.  Let PACKER FAN TOURS get you to these classic fall football weather 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.    

PACKER FAN TOURS has plenty of options for you to attend the games and so much more.  You can even chow down and meet players on the evening before the game at the PACKER FAN TOURS Player Autograph Reception.  Nowhere else in the NFL but in Green Bay with PACKER FAN TOURS is this possible. 

Join thousands of fellow Packer Fanatics from all over the World at Lambeau with PACKER FAN TOURS!  For DETAILS and to ORDER CLICK HERE.
 
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