The Baltimore Ravens announced Friday that they would keep their ticket prices steady for the third season in a row.
Since the year after winning the Super Bowl in 2001, the team had raised ticket prices every other year until last season, when officials said they wouldn’t raise them due to the uncertainty surrounding a potential lockout of players.
Before the 2009 season, most seats were increased anywhere from $5 to $15 per ticket.
Ravens President Dick Cass told the team’s website: “We know that our fans are continuing to be stretched financially to pay for season tickets. While the economy is improving, it’s still not strong.”
Season ticket holders are expected to get their renewal letters next week.