Being the home ground of the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League (NFL), the Lambeau Field stadium first opened doors in 1957. Originally known as the ‘City Stadium,’ the venue was later renamed to its present name in 1965, in memory of late Packers founder Earl Lambeau, who was a player and a long-time head coach. The stadium has an interesting history, not only for its large capacity but also for its passionate fans and cold weather. As a result, Lambeau Field earned the nickname ‘Frozen Tundra,’ about the chilly weather conditions in which most of the NFL games are played inside the venue.

For the uninitiated, the stadium is wholly owned by Green Bay Packers Incorporated, which is a non-profit organization owned by the Packers’ fans. Such unique ownership allows the fans to enjoy a sense of ownership and pride in the stadium as well as the team they are cheering for. And due to its passionate fans, the stadium has quite the reputation for being the loudest one in the NFL, making the overall experience of watching a Packers game more enjoyable. So, if you are looking to get a glimpse of the stadium’s rich history and want to catch a game while you are visiting the place, then our in-depth ticketing guide can help you make your journey seamless.

Know the Box Office Location & Contact

The main box office or ticket office is located on the northeast side of the Lambeau Field stadium, adjacent to the ‘Miller Lite Gate’. On game days when the kick-off is between 12 PM and 3:30 PM, the box office remains open four hours before kick-off and closes at halftime.

Alternatively, for games that start at 6 PM or later, the box office will open six hours before the kick-off time and ultimately close at halftime as well. You can get in touch with the box office via phone at (866) 752-1265. Phone lines remain open between 9 AM and 5 PM, from Monday to Friday.

Interested ticket buyers should know that Lambeau Field has recently transitioned entirely to a cashless payment system throughout the stadium, both on gamedays and on non-gamedays. Such a transition has affected not only the ticket office but also the beverage stands and other points of sale throughout the venue. Doing so allowed operations inside the stadium to be efficient and speedy, with less contact between staff and guests while experiencing shorter queues.

Cashless payment options include traditional debit or credit cards along with a host of other payment solutions such as Apple Pay, Google Pay, MasterCard Nearby Mobile App, and other tap-to-go credit cards.

Lastly, if you have any ticket-related problems, then you can contact either the box office or the auxiliary ticket office (located on the south side of the stadium, adjacent to the Invisalign Gate). The auxiliary office opens two hours before kick-off and closes shortly after kick-off.

How to Buy Tickets Online

Buying tickets for events taking place at Lambeau Field is a straightforward process. The purchase of tickets takes place via ‘Ticketmaster,’ which is the official ticketing partner for the stadium. To make your purchase right now, follow the required steps explained below.

  1. Begin your journey by visiting the official website here.
  2. On the landing page, scroll down till you reach the option to purchase tickets for home and away games for the Green Bay Packers.
  3. Select the game you want to attend and then click on ‘Buy Tickets’.
  4. You will then be redirected to Ticketmaster’s website, where you will need to select your ticket quantity and the seating arrangement. The ticket prices will depend on your seating position inside the stadium.
  5. Select your preferred seat and then proceed to checkout by clicking on ‘Next’.
  6. In the next step, you will be required to sign in to your Ticketmaster account. If you do not have an account, then you can create a new one.
  7. After that, proceed to pay for your ticket. Usual payment options include PayPal, debit/credit cards, and other ‘buy now, pay later’ options.
  8. Once your payment is successful, you will receive a confirmation message on your registered email address containing your tickets in digital format.

In addition to the above-mentioned process, you can also purchase your tickets via phone at (866) 752-1265 or via email at [email protected].

How to Cancel or Get Refund

All tickets sold for events happening at Lambeau Field – whether via box office or online – are final. No refunds or exchanges will be provided, except in the case where admission is revoked or refused, stadium capacity limitations result in ticket cancellation, or the event (for which the ticket was purchased) stands canceled and is not rescheduled later on.

The refund amount will be equal to the face value of the ticket and will not include any other direct or indirect damages. Also, the refund will be credited to the payment source that was used for making the payment.