PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia Eagles have announced they will not increase their ticket prices for the 2011 season. The team has increased tickets once over the past four years and their average price of a ticket ranks 20th in the NFL.
“As ticket prices across sports and entertainment continue to rise, we have done our best to be sensitive to the frequency and amount of increases for Philadelphia Eagles tickets,” said Joe Banner, President of the Philadelphia Eagles.
In the event of a work stoppage in 2011, the team announced a refund policy for general admission seats.
According to the Eagles, season ticket holders can receive credit towards future games or reimbursement that will include interest from the due date of the final payment.