New Browns ticket policy, different prices for different games

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CLEVELAND – Many Cleveland Browns fans will have to adjust to what the team is calling ‘variable’ ticket prices for the 2015 season.

The same seat will cost more for some games, than for others. More and more teams in different sports are moving toward this sort of pricing.

The price depends on the anticipated demand. For example, tickets for the August pre-season game against the Washington Redskins will cost less than the November game against the rival Pittsburgh Steelers.

The team has set up four different ticket pricing tiers, with tickets in tier one costing more than tickets in the following tiers.

Here are the tiers, and the games.
Tier 1. Tennessee (Sept. 20), Denver (Oct. 18)
Tier 2. Baltimore (Nov. 30), Pittsburgh (Jan. 3)
Tier 3. Oakland (Sept. 27), Arizona (Nov. 1), Cincinnati (Dec. 6), San Francisco (Dec. 13)
Tier 4. Washington (pre-season Aug. 13), Buffalo (pre-season Aug. 20)

The Browns point out that season ticket holders will be guaranteed tickets to all home games at the lowest prices.