Anyone going to Green Bay?

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  1. Mario

    Mario Well-Known Member

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    I found this on another jets site and just bought the tickets now.
    If you are going to the game there is a tailgate at Brett Farve's steakhouse 3 hours before the game. Its all you can eat and drink for 25 dollars. I just snagged my tickets.

    www.packerfantours.com
     
  2. cass2005

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    I may go. I haven't decided yet. Thanks for the heads up.
     
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    Yep!

    My first Jets game. I'm flying in from Vancouver for the game.
     
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    I'd blow it off if I were you. With the conditions at Lambeau, Nugent won't have any chance of being successful.


    :smile:

    J/K. Actually, that would be really cool; one of the few stadiums I have yet to see, that I must do a game in before I die...
     
  5. phubbadaman

    phubbadaman Well-Known Member

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    My dad bought our family tickets to the game, but we have reservations at the steak house AFTER the game. Should be a great game and one we'll need to win.
     
  6. Mario

    Mario Well-Known Member

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    I wonder how many away team fans go to green bay games? It seems like everyone wants to go to Lambeu, so imagine their is usually a decent amount of away team fans.
     
  7. BookEndTackles 72&79

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    I will be there and it's a great atmosphere. Fans are pretty cool and any oppostion fans are usually treated pretty well even the Bears fans. Not a bad seat in the house although if you do go I suggest staying out of the first 15 rows. During several renovations of the stadium they lowered the field surface and the subsequent new seats have a much flatter viewing angle than the older, original seats.

    If anyone is going we can get a Jets fan tailgate going as I will be bringing the Weber and some serious beverage along. We can also meet up at Fuzzy's the night before the game and get the J-E-T-S, JETS, JETS, JETS chant rolling. :up:
     
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    I think this is gonna be a hard battle. I hope our boys are prepared for the frozen tundra.
     
  9. JetFighter

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    I may go, live in Chicago...I'll keep the meeting spot in mind
     
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    Frozen Tundra
     
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    Im not going...just incase you wanted to know
     
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    Thanks for letting us know, I was curious...

    :smile:
     
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    i always wanted to go to the Tundra, too. What would the temp be over there in early Dec.? It wouldnt be freezing yet would it?
     
  15. NY-Jets18

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    wat airlines are you guys using to get to green bay?
     
  16. cass2005

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    I like the positive thoughts. Lambeau would be fun and watching both him and AJ might be worth the trip. Not sure I can afford the flight though. Honestly, I don't think anyone would want to kick in Lambeau in December...but hopefully he will play well.
     
  17. BookEndTackles 72&79

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    Fly into Chicago and drive up. It's a 2 hour trip and you can break it up by hanging in downtown Milwaukee for a bite to eat and then wheel on up to Green Bay. Green Bay isnt much of a town. Basically exists because of the paper mills and the Packers are what passes for culture up there.
    The visiting teams don't even stay in Green Bay. They stay in Appleton which is about 30-45 minutes away. Nontheless, the people will welcome you to town and wish you a pleasant stay. Very good football fans up there.

    Fuzzy's is owned by Fuzzy Thurston who was a Packer O-lineman in their glory years. Great memorabilia and history in there and he has lots of former NFL players who come in there as regular guys and just hang out. Kind of a cool place.
     
  18. Royal Tee

    Royal Tee Girls juss wanna have fun
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    Wow, Sounds like a great time!

    I just mapped it out @ 17 hrs drive. It is called a road trip after all!
    I could easily shave of an Hour or 4... :wink: I have yet to Fly into any of my road trips.

    I would love to add this one to my list but I've got so much shiz to finish up.

    Have a great time and Represent fellas!! :beer:
     
  19. Mario

    Mario Well-Known Member

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    I'm on american. I stop in chicago and land in green bay






    I'll check that fuzzy place out
     

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