MILWAUKEE, WI (WTAQ) - For Packer fans, the loss of Aaron Rodgers is mentally brutal -- but for some, it's financially brutal.
Ticket prices on the secondary market are going down for Sunday's Packer home game against Philadelphia, which Seneca Wallace will start in place of Rodgers.
It's a game for Milwaukee ticket holders -- and Connections' Ticket Service in that city says prices for Sunday's game went down by 40-percent since Rodgers got hurt.
The Packers' quarterback broke his left collarbone in Monday night's loss to Chicago. He's expected to be out for at least three weeks.
Stub-Hub says it has a healthy supply of seats, with a median price of $215.
The NFL's official secondary market, the Ticket Exchange on Ticket-master, has its' lowest seats at $100 for a pair in Lambeau Field's highest seats, the new 700-level in the South End Zone.