(WBAY) -- The Green Bay Packers are lowering the price of tickets to a preseason game.
The team announced a new variable pricing model for the 2016-2017 season, setting one price for preseason games and another for regular season games.
That means preseason tickets will be “significantly lower than regular-season tickets,” according to a statement from the Packers.
The cost of a ticket to a game at Lambeau Field goes up $5 from 2015.
Here’s the cost breakdown for the 2016-2017 season:
End zone seats ($80 in 2015) - $45 for preseason, $95 for regular season
South end zone, 700 Level ($89 in 2015) - $50 for preseason, $105 for regular season
End zone to the 20-yard line ($92 in 2015) - $53 for preseason, $108 for regular season
South end zone, 600 Level ($96 in 2015) - $57 for preseason, $112 for regular season
Between the 20-yard lines ($105 in 2015) - $62 for preseason, $122 for regular season
Due to the transition to a new pricing structure, the price of the seven-game Green package will increase and the three-game Gold package will decrease from 2015.
After next season, any price increases on the packages will be uniform.
“We project this will place us 19th in average ticket price, just below the overall NFL average, the benchmark we use annually to help us determine pricing,” says Mark Murphy, Packers President and CEO. “We feel that position reflects a great value for the gameday experience at Lambeau Field and also allows us to maintain a fair visiting team share for our NFL partners.”