Tickets still available for Packers-49ers game

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Tickets still available for Packers-49ers game

By Jonah Kaplan. CREATED Dec 30, 2013 - UPDATED: Dec 30, 2013

Green Bay Packers fans have been given the chance to buy single-game tickets to their playoff game on Sunday against San Francisco.

The team told TODAY'S TMJ4's Charles Benson they still had about 15,000 tickets left as of 9:30 p.m. Monday.

Tickets are $102 to $125 and fans can buy up to four of them. Click here for tickets.

A day after Aaron Rodgers led the Green Bay Packers to a division title, the frozen faithful have their eyes on the postseason.

One fan snapped up her tickets quickly:

In the case of season ticket holder Dave Margolis, he summed up his feelings in four words: In Aaron We Trust.
Margolis, a doctor at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, secured four tickets to Sunday's playoff game at Lambeau Field against the San Francisco 49ers - but Margolis snatched the tickets weeks ago.
"We sat around the Thanksgiving table and decided we should send the check," Margolis tells TODAY'S TMJ4. "We had faith they'd make the playoffs."
Some faith - the Packers got blown out by the Lions on Thanksgiving, 40-10. 
We know the rest of the story now.
Season ticket holders who didn't hold out hope still had a chance today to seize on the offer from the team to visit Green Bay on Sunday; 
Packers Green and Gold package season-ticket holders who had an email address on file with the ticket office as of Dec. 17 received an email with details on how to purchase the tickets – online only – through Ticketmaster, with the exclusive sale opportunity occurring from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Dec. 30.
The available tickets were those that season-ticket holders elected not to purchase by the deadline earlier this month.
Of course there is always the secondary market - visit for a complete list of sellers and grades on seat locations and values.
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Originally from Philadelphia, Jonah Kaplan loves the culture, character and pride of Milwaukee. He's won top awards for his reporting of breaking news and severe weather.