The Green Bay Packers have one of the most loyal fan bases in all of sports. So it's no surprise that season tickets have been sold out since 1960. The current wait time for season tickets? An estimated 40 years. Yes, 40. Renewal rates for tickets in 2010 was 99.6 percent, meaning a measly 126 new season tickets were sold for the lucky few who were at the top of the list. There are now 83,881 names in line, and now that the Packers have won this year's Super Bowl, expect it to become even more difficult to score tickets.