Last year's 8-9 finish wasn't exactly what the Cleveland Browns had in mind for the 2021 NFL season. But this team has gone 32-32 since Baker Mayfield took over at quarterback, including a playoff appearance in 2020. That's a far cry from the 38-122 record the previous decade.
Winning seasons have led to more interest from the fanbase, and the Browns announced they will raise ticket prices for the upcoming season. This marks the third straight season Cleveland will hike its admission sales.
The change is expected to see an increase from $50 to $55 for the lowest-priced season tickets, and non-club and non-premium seating won't increase by more than $10 per game.
“After every season, we review comprehensive data about our season ticket memberships and price points for each section in the stadium. 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."- SVP Communications Peter John-Baptiste
Cleveland entered this past season with high expectations following the team's 2020 playoff berth, the first in almost two decades. Mayfield was forced to play through tough injuries throughout the season and former stud wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. caused enough off-field drama before departing after six games.
The Browns will look to return to the playoffs with a healthy Mayfield under center and the strong defensive core led by Myles Garrett and Denzel Ward. Cleveland holds +2800 odds (T-15th) to win Super Bowl 57 on FanDuel Sportsbook.
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