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Packers warn against counterfeit ticketsSubmitted: 12/12/2019
GREEN BAY - Fans eager to see the Packers-Bears rivalry should be cautious when buying their tickets. The team received several reports of fake tickets sold online.

The Packers, Green Bay Police Department, and the Wisconsin Department Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection all warn to only purchase verified tickets from official sources.


Sellers who arrange to pay for tickets in person are often counterfeit. Online marketplaces like StubHub and SeatGeek offer verified tickets.

They also want to remind fans that original paper tickets remain valid for entry, but "print at home" tickets are no longer accepted.

Story By: Newswatch 12 Team

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