Cleveland Browns

Cleveland Browns Raise Season Ticket Prices for 2015

While fans of the Cleveland Browns may have appreciated seeing their team finish the 2014 season with their best record (7-9) since 2007, it appears that the team’s improvement will come with a monetary cost. According to the Cleveland Browns official website, some Browns tickets will become more expensive for the 2015 season, making it the first time since 2008 that the team has raised its prices. Make sure that you always have a perfect seat at FirstEnergy Stadium with a discount Cleveland Browns PSL from PSL Source! As noted in the team’s press release, Cleveland Browns non-club level season ticket packages that previously cost $19-$85 per home game in 2014 will now range from $25-$110. On the other hand, ticket prices will remain the same or even decrease for around 8,350 seats. The team also noted that about 80 percent of the tickets for non-club seats in FirstEnergy Stadium will remain at or below $80 per game, including tickets for seats at the 50-yard line in the upper level.

“We are very sensitive to fan affordability as we recognize and greatly appreciate our fans’ commitment to support the Browns and build the best home-field advantage,” said Browns President Alec Scheiner via a press release. “We continue to work towards our primary goals: building a winning football team and creating the best fan experience in the NFL. While we have made progress, clearly we know we have work to do.” Cleveland Browns tickets have long been overdue for a price hike and the team appears to have seized on the modest improvement from last season as the perfect opportunity to bring its ticket prices closer to the league average. After all, this marks the end of a six-year streak during which Cleveland Browns ticket prices were held flat. Remember, you can secure your Cleveland Browns season ticket rights and Cleveland Browns parking pass today with a quality Browns PSL!