The Brewers' Championship Series run is taking some wind out of Packers ticket sales.
Ticket King owner John Lamoreaux says he is seeing Packers ticket holders unloading their Monday Night Football seats, most likely to catch the Brewers on TV from Los Angeles.
"We're getting a lot of sellers of Packers tickets. The market's gone down quite a bit because of the Brewers demand and the slow start," said Lamoreaux.
"The demand for this round or this series is the best we've ever seen for a Brewers playoff series," Lamoreaux also said.
He says a ticket for a reserved seat for Friday's 7:09 p.m. game at Miller Park will likely run between $150-$160. Standing room only tickets will start somewhere north of $100.
"Fans really are behind this team it's a fun group of guys to watch. There is a lot of excitement behind them. People believe they can win. And when you believe it translates into demand and sales," said Lamoreaux.
The Brewers organization says single game tickets for the NLCS are sold out, meaning the secondary ticket market is probably your only option.
Experts recommend using a local ticket broker and purchasing with a credit card.