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Cleveland Browns raise season ticket prices for 2022 season

The Cleveland Browns announced on Thursday that they are raising season ticket prices for the 2022 season.

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Browns are coming off a disappointing 2021 campaign. Still, the franchise announced on Thursday that it will be increasing its season ticket prices for the 2022 campaign, marking the third time in as many years that the Browns have done so, in addition to raising prices for a segment of season ticket holders in 2019

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Despite this year's raise, the Browns say that they anticipate the cost of their season tickets to rank in the bottom-third of the NFL next season.

“After every season, we review comprehensive data about our season ticket memberships and price points for each section in the stadium," Senior Vice President of Communications Peter John-Baptist said in a statement. "Our first focus is making sure that we continue to enhance our season ticket members’ year-round experience while also appropriately pricing tickets based on variables in the local market, NFL and sports industry. 

"Our annual approach prioritizes making ticket options available to all fans at affordable price points and providing customizable payment plans to meet each individual’s needs. In addition, our recent introduction of an auto-renewal payment program and two-phase renewal process gives our season ticket members convenient payment options. We look forward to an exciting home slate of games in 2022 at FirstEnergy Stadium with the best fans in the NFL.”

According to a release, tickets for Browns season tickets cost as low as $55 per game, which marks a $5 increase from last season. Meanwhile, more than 40 percent of the team’s non-club and non-premium seats are available for $90 per game or less, including approximately 95 percent of the upper bowl.

The Browns also say that 50 percent of the stadium’s non-club and non-premium locations will increase by no more than $10 per game, including 35 percent that will only be increasing by $5 per game. The team estimates that 80 percent of the upper bowl seating will change by only $5 per game.

The Browns didn't say reveal how much the rest of their season tickets will be increasing in the coming year. The team expects to reach its full allotment of season tickets for the fourth straight season.

Coming off an 8-9 record in 2021, Cleveland will host the following opponents at FirstEnergy Stadium in 2022:

  • Cincinnati Bengals
  • Baltimore Ravens
  • Pittsburgh Steelers
  • New England Patriots
  • New York Jets
  • New Orleans Saints
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Los Angeles Chargers

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