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Browns announce they're not raising season-ticket prices this year

By Nate Ulrich Published: March 4, 2014

The Browns announced today that they’re not raising season-ticket prices this year.

Below is some information from the team.

*Season-ticket deposits are up by approximately 100 percent over last year’s totals at this time.

*Sixth consecutive year that Browns season-ticket prices remain level.

*The Browns are believed to be one of very few NFL teams, and among a handful in professional sports, to have kept prices stable since 2009.

*Ranked 31st in 2013 with an average ticket price of $54.20.

*At least 10 NFL teams have already announced increased ticket prices for 2014.

*Our renovation, which will dramatically improve the fan experience, has altered the seats of approximately 15 percent of season-ticket accounts, with approximately 10 percent affected in a material manner. We gave first rights to those season-ticket members based on PSLs and longest tenure. We’ve worked diligently to create a customized plan for each individual, and we’ll continue to work with them on that process.

*We’re going to build off the fan-engagement initiatives we launched last year, with tangible additions fans will see this year.


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