Green Bay Packers to review post-season ticket policy

GREEN BAY (WITI) -- As the playoffs proceed without the Green Bay Packers, team officials say they will spend part of the off-season reviewing its post-season ticket selling policy.

The Packers had trouble selling tickets to the home wild-card game because early ticket sales for a possible post-season home game did not go well.

The team offered post season tickets to season ticket holders around Thanksgiving when the team was struggling without quarterback Aaron Rodgers. It also required the purchase of two possible home playoff games, with any unplayed games credited to next year's season ticket purchase.

Packers President & CEO Mark Murphy says the team will consult with fans to see how to better handle the situation next time around.