Cleveland Browns release 2015 season ticket membership prices

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CLEVELAND – The Cleveland Browns released ticket prices for the 2015 season. Previous members received renewal letters as well.

Five of the teams playing against the Browns during the 2015 season were in the 2014 post-season and all pre-season opponents will be announced at a later time.

The season ticket prices are increasing for the first time since 2008. Some packages offered are as low as $25 per game; others go up to $110 for non-club level seating.

Some tickets decreased or didn’t change price from last season, with over 8,000 seats in the upper level near the 50-yard line available for $80 or less per game.

“We are very sensitive to fan affordability as we recognize and greatly appreciate our fans’ commitment to support the Browns and build the best home-field advantage,” Browns President Alec Scheiner said in a release. “We continue to work towards our primary goals: building a winning football team and creating the best fan experience in the NFL. While we have made progress, clearly we know we have work to do.”

There are 10 home games in the 2015 season to purchase tickets for.

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