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Day of game packages from Packer Fan Tours

Posted Aug 18, 2014

PACKER FAN TOURS has packages with tickets for every Packers Game, Home & Away, with lodging and lots of other great activities and amenities to make your football weekend special.  But, for those who just need fun, food and football on the day of the game, PACKER FAN TOURS has that covered too!  The “PFT Tailgate & Ticket Package” includes the food, fun and pageantry of the PFT Pre-Game Tailgate Party and Pep-Rally, plus Game Tickets for all Home Games.  Three hours of unlimited food, beverages and music amidst thousands of Packer-Fanatics from all over the World is a great way to get you ready for kickoff.  Ticket choices include End Zone to Mid-Field, plus Club Seating and even limited availability for Private Suite seating choices!  Parking is available right at the pre-game party site, just minutes from Lambeau Field.  Prices are set for all budgets, so whether you have two persons or two hundred, join us for a glorious day of Packers football and fun.  Day of Game Packages are also available for Road Games.  For more info or to order click here to visit PACKER FAN TOURS.
 
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