Browns don't raise ticket prices for coming season

CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland Browns have not raised ticket prices for the coming season.

In other news:

  • 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.

The Browns say the renovations to FirstEnergy Stadium 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.

Look at the renovation project

They gave first rights to those season-ticket members based on PSLs and longest tenure.

They intend to build off the fan-engagement initiatives we launched last year, with tangible additions fans will see this year.


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