The News-Herald – The Cleveland Browns are keeping the cost of their tickets flat for the sixth consecutive season, the club announced on March 4.
Ten teams have already announced price increases for 2014. Last year, the Browns’ average ticket price of $54.20 ranked 31st in the 32-team NFL.
This may come as no surprise to any sports fans, but it’s good to see an ownership group to remain consistent, which is what the Browns did by not raising ticket prices since its last winning season…which was 2007. Remember Derek Anderson? But the Browns’ faithful haven’t seen a season with over five wins in the past six years. Yet somehow they remain the most dedicated. Last year they had the 11th highest average fans turnout for home games. As stated in the article by The News-Herald average ticket prices last year for Browns home games were $54.20. It should be noted that the coming season will be the third under new owner Jimmy Haslam, who officially purchased the team in October 2012.