GREEN BAY (NBC 26) -- The Packers said Tuesday that season ticket holders have been sent a questionnaire formally asking them to choose whether they’d like to “opt in” or “opt out” for an opportunity to purchase tickets this season.
“Although the organization remains optimistic, there is a possibility that Lambeau Field will be unable to host fans for games this season,” the Packers said in a news release.
In the event the team is able to host fans, the Packers said they are working to implement NFL-required precautions, all of which are subject to change and may be updated on a game-by-game basis, including the number of tickets available for each game.
The Packers said the questionnaire to season ticket holders also asks all holders, regardless of whether they “opt in” or “opt out,” to choose if they’d like their 2020 payment refunded to them in full or if they’d like to apply their 2020 payment to the 2021 season.
All season ticket holders will maintain their Season Ticket Holder status and their existing seats, and their ticket package will remain in place for next season, the Packers said.
The questionnaire also asks to consider that the Lambeau Field gameday experience will look and feel very different this year. This includes restrictions such as reduced capacity at the stadium, requiring fans to wear face coverings, and no tailgating within Lambeau Field lots.
Season ticket holders were sent either an email or a postcard with instructions on how to fill out the questionnaire. Season ticket holders have until Friday, July 31 to complete the questionnaire.
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