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Aaron Rodgers Lambeau Leap, State Journal photo

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers celebrates with a Lambeau Leap after his 6-yard scramble for a touchdown with 24 seconds left in the second quarter gave the Packers a 28-13 lead en route to their 38-25 win on Saturday, Dec. 24, 2016 in Green Bay.

The Green Bay Packers announced on Thursday that prices for tickets at Lambeau Field will increase by $7 across the board in the 2017 season.

“We project this increase will place us just below the NFL average,” President/CEO Mark Murphy said in a brochure sent to season ticket holders. “This pricing model continues to assure an excellent value for the highly regarded gameday experience at Lambeau Field while also providing a fair visiting team share to our NFL partners.”

For example, end zone seats for regular season games increase from $95 to $102 while preseason games in the same seat increase from $45 to $52. 

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The Packers started using variable pricing for preseason and regular season games last season. 

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