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Packer Fan Tours Home Packages Set!

Posted Apr 25, 2014

Packer Fan Tours has game packages with tickets for all HOME games ready. Choices for ALL Budgets. Reserve your spot NOW.

PACKER FAN TOURS, the OFFICIAL Tour Company of the Green Bay Packers, is ready to roll with 2014 Packers Home Game Packages.  For 2014, many new and exciting features have been added with prices set for any budget.  You can choose from (3) levels of Home Game Packages with hotels included or, if no hotel is needed, you can select the day-of-game “Ticket & Tailgate” Package with game tickets and pre-game tailgate party fun and food.  Back for 2014, is the flagship “Gold Home Game Package”, which gives you the “works” for the most complete and memorable Packers Home Weekend possible, including game tickets, a stay at the Tundra Lodge, the Official PFT Tailgate Party, optional Stadium Tour, great souvenirs, a bountiful hors d’ oeuvres reception, AND autographs and photos with Packers players the evening before the game, plus much more! Many of the most popular packages sell out quickly, so contact PFT NOW to avoid disappointment.   For DETAILS on ALL of the Official Packer Fan Tours Packages, CLICK HERE.  AND, stay tuned for exciting details on PFT’s Packers ROAD Packages, soon to be released.
 
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