The Cleveland Browns announced Friday that it will not raise the price of season tickets for next season although it’s already among the league’s lowest prices, keeping their tickets prices unchanged the fifth time in seven years. And the team also plans to set prices of some seats for next season lower than in 2009.
The team also will make season tickets available in a family friendly, alcohol-free area of Cleveland Browns Stadium. Well, if the Browns want more people to watch the team playing, to buy the Browns jerseys, what they need most to do is to improve their performance next season.
Finishing the 2009 season 5-11 in their first year under Coach Eric Mangini, the Browns will have eight home games in 2010 season respectively against the Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Kansas City Chiefs, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals.