Browns Lowering Ticket Prices for Portion of Dawg Pound

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The Cleveland Browns are lowering season ticket prices in a portion of the Dawg Pound for the upcoming 2012 season.

According to information released by the team on Wednesday, the Browns are introducing a $32 per game season ticket plan for more than 1,500 seats in the Dawg Pound.

The seats previously cost $45 per game.

Those purchasing the season ticket plan have to purchase the 10-game home package, which consists of eight regular season games and two preseason contests.

Season tickets for the 2012 season will go on sale on Monday, February 6. Renewal notices for current season ticket holders will be sent out starting at the end of this week, via both e-mail and home delivery.

According to the team, all ticket prices for non-premium seats with remain the same or be reduced in price from the 2011 season.

The Browns play the Baltimore Ravens, Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo Bills, Pittsburgh Steelers, Cincinnati Bengals, San Diego Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs and Washington Redskins at home in the regular season this year.