NEW INFORMATION: Packers sell out Lambeau for Sunday's playoff game

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GREEN BAY, Wis. (WEAU) -- The Packers have avoided a TV blackout by selling out Sunday's playoff game.

The team made the announcement Friday morning on its website. It says a group of the team's corporate partners led by Associated Bank, bought the remaining tickets Friday morning.

It ensures that TV stations carrying the game in Milwaukee, Green Bay, and Wausau will be able to broadcast it. On Thursday, The NFL gave the team an extra day to sell 3,000 remaining tickets and avoid a blackout.

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