The Browns Are Distributing Season Tickets Hoping For Full Capacity

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Statement from the Cleveland Browns:

As part of the team’s planning for 2021, the team is preparing for the NFL’s current consideration of adding a 17th regular season game this year. More information will be shared by the league at the appropriate time, and the Browns will provide an update to season ticket members as soon as possible, including if the team is granted another regular season home game this year. To ensure the renewal process begins on time for its fans, Cleveland has officially set this year’s season ticket prices, and season ticket members will not receive additional charges if the team is allocated a ninth regular season home game in 2021.

With respect to uncertainties related to attendance for the 2021 season, the Browns are currently distributing season tickets with the hope for a full capacity at FirstEnergy Stadium this year. As diligently executed throughout 2020, the team will continue to closely monitor COVID-19 developments and adhere to the recommendations of medical experts and local and state government regulations.

As always, the Browns will continue to provide flexibility for all of their season ticket members by making various payment plans available. The team will also proactively notify season ticket members about contingency plans that may be implemented in the event a reduced capacity is required for a portion of the upcoming season.

With the 2021 season pricing structure, season ticket prices at FirstEnergy Stadium will increase for only the fourth time in any capacity since 2008. In addition, a significant number of sections’ prices also decreased prior to the 2017 season.

The Browns’ average season ticket price is estimated to once again remain among the six lowest totals of all NFL teams next season. Including 2021 anticipated rankings, the team’s season ticket pricing has ranked in the bottom fifth of the league for nine of the past 10 years (since 2012) and was also listed among the bottom three teams (30th or lower) for six of those seasons.

Statement from Senior Vice President of Communications Peter John-Baptiste on 2021 season ticket prices:

“While our main focus will always be on the well-being of everyone within our stadium – players, coaches and of course, our incredible fans – we are encouraged by the current developments related to COVID-19 in our region and hope that we will be allowed to have a full capacity at FirstEnergy Stadium this upcoming season. Our team responded strongly to the limited number of fans we were able to responsibly host for all home games last year, and we know how incredibly important it is for our players and coaches to have fans in our stadium creating the best home field advantage in the NFL. As we do each year, we evaluate our ticket pricing structure based on multiple factors to ensure that it is reflective of the current market, gives our season ticket members various flexible payment options and delivers value while creating the most memorable fan experience.”

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