Earlier today, The Green Bay Packers announced a $130 million dollar expansion of Lambeau Field.
It will add about 6,600 new seats in the south end-zone area and will add a new gate and rooftop viewing platform in the north end zone. (WHAT!?! Since when did Lambeau have a roof?!)
Here's the deal:
The Packers said the new seats would be made available initially to current season-ticket holders, with priority given to those who have held tickets the longest.
Team officials say: "The number of new seats available will be equal to the number currently held. Those opting for new seats will relinquish their current seats. After that process, members of the waiting list will be approached to purchase any seats remaining in the new sections or seats that have become available in the stadium bowl."
The price for the new seats is expected to range from $87 and $313.
I guess that means the lifetime long waiting list remains. I'm sticking with my couch.