It's an NFL fan's dream: The San Francisco 49ers travel to the legendary frozen tundra of Lambeau Field this weekend for a first-round matchup with the storied Green Bay Packers.
And it gets better, and weirder: There are still plenty of good seats available.
As of Tuesday morning, about 13,000 tickets to Sunday's divisional playoff game were still available, according to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
Things are so dire, that the franchise has lifted the limit of four tickets per purchaser. So groups can have at it -- and profiteers and ticket scalpers, beware.
Capacity at Lambeau Field is 80,750 following the remodel and expansion in recent years. That limits the secondary market for tickets.
Will 49er fans scoop up this opportunity and head out to Wisconsin to watch Harbaugh and Company try to reach the Super Bowl again? Temperatures will be a very un-Bay Area-like 20 degrees or so -- balmy for Lambeau -- but flights to the Green Bay-Milwaukee area will cost you about $700 or more, according to flight listings.
So, lucky 49er fans -- have at it.