Wait for Packer season tickets gets longer, despite bad seasons
You would assume that losing is bad for business, but the waiting list just keeps growing for Green Bay Packer season tickets.
The list now has almost 74,000 and only 156 tickets become available each year.
Ticket supervisor Carol Edwin says Packer fans have placed their unborn children on the list and will then call back when they know the names.
Regular season games at Lambeau Field have been sold out since 1960.
The last time the team sold any individual tickets was on Jan. 4, 2004 when over 13,000 seats were available for a first-round playoff contest against Seattle.
That was only because the regular customers didn't think there would be any way the Pack would make the playoffs that year so they didn't pay a deposit at mid-season.