GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- Fans will have to pay an extra $5 to watch the Green Bay Packers this year.
The team says ticket prices will rise $5 in all stadium sections.
That raises the average ticket to $63.39, which is 20th highest in the 32-team NFL.
Ticket operations director Mark Wagner says that ranking figures in the decision on whether to raise prices, and by how much.
He says it all relates to how much the team contributes to the shared revenues among visiting teams.
Season tickets between the 20-yard lines will be $72, other sideline seats will be $64, and end-zone tickets will cost $59.
Private box tickets rise to $72.
The last increase was in the 2005 season, when tickets went up by $4.