GREEN BAY - With tickets sold out for the "Return to Titletown," fans were left with no other option, but to look for those reselling the five dollar tickets.
"On the way here I heard they were going for $150 a piece or something like that which is crazy, I don't think I could do that," said Lance Spitler of Bruce.
The Packers say fans had more than 12 hours to buy tickets before selling out at face value.
Hours before the event, StubHub.com had tickets ranging from $25 to $160. Other web sites had similar prices, which had some fans upset.
On Twitter, @Acey24 says, "couldn't buy tickets till today, none left for our 2 kids, but craigslist is nuts what they want, not true packer fans -scalpers."
The Packers say while the tickets were not intended to be re-sold they understand the event is like any other at the stadium.
Fans say they knew some people would look to make money.
"Supply and demand always wins so if people are willing to pay it then people will pay it," said Jim Delong of Minneapolis.
Ticket King in Ashwaubenon says it had customers ask to resell their tickets, but chose not to take part.
"We just thought that today was for the fans," said Josh Anderson of Ashwaubenon.
On game days, designated scalping areas will house between ten and twenty people looking to resell tickets. Before the welcome home celebration there were barely any scalpers in the area.
"Nobody seems to have anything so now I figured we'd just hang around and see if we can find someone with some tickets," said Delong.
The highest asking price FOX 11 heard near Lambeau was $30 per ticket, which was much lower than internet prices.
"Saying anyone got tickets, anyone got tickets and sure enough you know a lady had one, just bought it from her for $8," said Scott Glynn of Egan, Minnesota.
No matter the price, fans entering Lambeau say it is all about seeing the world champions.
Without a permit for designated areas, scalping is illegal at Lambeau Field.
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