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Packers ticket invoices due Friday for Brown County residents chosen in annual drawing

Posted Apr 11, 2013

The Green Bay Packers today reminded Brown County residents who received invoices enabling them to purchase four tickets for a 2013 game that payment is due Friday, April 12.

Invoices can be dropped off at the Packers’ ticket office at Lambeau Field from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Residents also may pay for their tickets online using the Packers’ Ticketmaster system via Packers.com. Instructions for the online payment method were sent to residents with the ticket invoices.

Residents who pay for tickets will receive notification in June of the game tickets they will receive, with tickets mailed in late July. As was the case during recent seasons, if a 2012-selected resident who received tickets for a preseason game is selected again to be able to purchase tickets in 2013, he or she will be guaranteed tickets to a regular-season contest.

 
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