Sad: Packers Deny Baby Entrance To His First Packers-Bears Game [VIDEO]

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You learn something new each day. Today we learned that the Green Bay Packers won’t let 2-month-old babies into Lambeau Field without a ticket. That’s right, a family from Iowa uploaded a video today showing a ticket agent asking if they’d like to purchase a ticket for their son so he could see his first Packers game. Ticket bro doesn’t exactly like some Iowans acting like that baby should get a free pass.

This isn’t an airline, folks.

According to the uploader:

The Packers denied this guy and his family entry because their 2 month old baby need his own ticket. They drove all the way from Iowa and bought suite tickets that cost them over a grand. They didn’t know the ‘policy’ rules until they arrived to Lambeau.

The thing that is most disturbing about this is this guys attitude. At least the Bears and Packers fan stuck together and tried to help this guy out.

Maybe they will change their suite ticket policy. I mean this is a Family Friendly Team!

Two things: know the ticket policy and don’t bring your two-month-old to a Packers game. The boy shouldn’t be within 20 miles of NFL stadiums. Lesson learned.

Check that, if your baby is a Raiders fan, by all means, take him to a game. Start them young before he ends up in prison on attempted murder charges.

As for the family being all angry, here is the link to the Packers ticket policy.

All individuals, regardless of age (babies included), must have a ticket to enter Lambeau Field. If you and your child become separated, please contact the nearest security personnel.

[HT: SportsGrid]

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