CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Browns distributed renewal information to its season tickets holders Thursday and pricing is set to increase for the 2020 season, according to a press release from the team.
This is the third time since 2008 that season ticket prices have increased since 2008, the Browns said.
According to the Browns, around 40 percent of the stadium with change by $5 or less per game while most of the remaining seats with only increase by $10 or less per game.
This price increase comes a season after the team reached its max season ticket membership, selling out for the entire 2019 season.
The Browns issued the following statement regarding the increase in season ticket pricing:
We have a deep appreciation for the support of our season ticket members and fans. We will always prioritize providing affordable options for all, while looking at ticket prices throughout the NFL to determine our structure. The last 12 years, our ticket prices have remained flat in many areas. After careful consideration and discussion, we created a moderate increase that will still fall within the four least expensive season tickets in the NFL. We fully understand that our results on the field have not met expectations, either ours or our fans, and we are working hard to create the success that our fans truly deserve.
Despite the price increase, the Browns estimate the prices will remain among the four lowest totals of all NFL teams next season.
Price points for season tickets range from $40 per game to $150 per game, not including club seats, the team said.
The most substantial price increases will be implemented at areas with the best sight-lines and premium seating options, including sections in the lower bowl near the 50-yard line, club seats and suite tickets.