Fans Reminded Of Stadium Policies As Playoff Game Nears

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The Green Bay Packers Thursday reminded fans of a few important items to keep in mind for Sunday's game vs. the Minnesota Vikings, set to kickoff at 3:30 CST.

Overall, fans are asked to arrive early and allow plenty of time to enter the parking lots and stadium itself.

With regard to parking, stadium lots will open at 11 a.m. For fans with green, gold and club seat season passes, parking will be $30 per vehicle upon presentation of the season pass to a parking lot attendant. Handicapped parking also will be $30. Space is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Because lot attendants will be collecting money, more time should be allowed to get parked.

Those individuals who wish to arrange off-site parking in advance may do so by calling TicketStar at 920-494-3401 or 800-895-0071.

With regard to tickets, Mark Wagner, Packers director of ticket operations, reminded fans to make sure they bring the correct ticket to the game Sunday.

Explaining that tickets for both the Wild Card playoff and a possible NFC Championship Game in Lambeau were mailed out together, Wagner emphasized, "The ticket for Sunday's game against the Vikings is the blue ticket that is labeled, 'Play-off.' The NFC Championship Game ticket is a red ticket."

With regard to entering the stadium, please allow plenty of time. With fans wearing more clothing due to the cold weather, it will take additional time to pass through the turnstiles and get checked by security.

Per usual policy, fans are reminded that carry-ins are prohibited. Permitted items include additional clothing and blankets (not in a bag) and stadium seats/cushions.

The Atrium will open to ticketed fans at 11 a.m. and gates to the stadium open at 1:15 p.m.

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