Trip to see Packers in San Francisco will cost you

CREATED Jan. 7, 2013 - UPDATED: Jan. 7, 2013

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  • Catch a performance, or just the architectural beauty, of the Palace of Fine Arts | Photo: Jason Pinkowski

  • The Ferry Building Farmer's Market is a cross between the Milwaukee Public Market and the Lake Express. You can enjoy fine dining, then take a ferry on breathtaking San Francisco Bay. Photo: Jason Pinkowski

  • One of the most picturesque sites of creation in the Bay Area, Fort Funston. | Photo: Jason Pinkowski

  • On the westernmost tip of San Francisco is another locale of supreme natural beauty, Sutro Baths. | Photo: Jason Pinkowski

  • For man-made arts, see the FREE artwork provided by the Mission District murals. | Photo: Jason Pinkowski

  • Yes, there are Packers bars in San Francisco, including Mad Dog in the Fog in the famous Haight-Ashbury district. | Photo: Jason Pinkowski

  • For a fantastic immersion into Chinese culture, head to one of the world's most famous Chinatowns. | Photo: Wendy Piersall

  • Want a sight of nature that you can't get in a zoo? How about dozens of seals sunbathing along Fisherman's Wharf? | Photo: "Wildcat Dunny" from Flickr.

  • Enjoy some of the world's most renowned chocolate and ice cream at Ghiradelli's. | Photo: "Kim the Dork" from Flickr.

  • Cheeseheads, the folks at the Cheese Board in Berkeley tell us they have countless types of cheese from our fine state.

  • Of course, when you enjoy Wisconsin cheese or dine anywhere else in the San Francisco Bay Area, you can enjoy a glass from Charles Woodson's own Twenty-Four Wines...

  • ...or a wine from another cheesehead-connected winery, the award-winning Spot-On Cellars, co-owned by a pair of Marquette University graduates.

  • Do you really think we'd forget to suggest a trip to the Golden Gate Bridge? | Photo: Jeff Gunn

MILWAUKEE - Packers fans have begun the number crunching to calculate the cost of seeing their favorite team play the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC divisional playoff.

To begin with, as of noon Monday, Packers fans would have to pay between $210 and $1,500 through Ticket King based on the section and row of Candlestick Park.

As of 7:00 a.m. CT Monday, game tickets were running as low as $185 on Stubhub.  (Ticket prices are always subject to change.)

Then, there's the flight cost.

On Saturday afternoon, flights from Milwaukee to San Francisco cost about $220.

Now, the cost has nearly doubled, possibly in anticipation of willing Packers fans ready to buy up the tickets.

Expedia said Monday morning that hotels in San Francisco could cost anywhere from $54 to $405/night.