GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) - Until the replacement referees are out of sight and out of mind, will calls like this affect fans going to the games? So far, the answer seems to be no.
It was business as usual at Ticket King in Green Bay.
"The Packers fans are totally loyal so they'll put up with a little more than they should just to go see their team," explained Ticket King broker Travis Loftus.
Loftus said fans are still calling, looking to snag a seat for Sunday's game against the Saints.
"It hasn't really affected us a whole lot," he said. "Personally, I don't think it has. Just a lot of conversation on social media and everything, but affecting the tickets, it hasn't done a whole lot."
But for a group of die-hard fans in front of Lambeau, Monday's loss is a tough pill to swallow.
"This is a multi-billion dollar industry and there's absolutely no reason for this, none," Tamie Vertz said.
Vertz has four tickets to Sunday's game. Right now, she's not sure if she wants to go.
"That's still in the contemplation stages," she explained. "You've got to do something, whether it's boycott the product, the NFL, or who's sponsoring the NFL."
"I'm sure the Packers are going to be coming out pretty mad," added Loftus about Sunday's game. "So it's going to be worth watching. It's a good ticket to see."
Loftus said prices for Sunday's game are starting around $180 right now. That's a pretty standard price for a week ahead of a home game.