The Philadelphia Eagles are holding the line on ticket prices for the 2012 season.
The club announced that prices will remain level moving forward this year.
“We appreciate our great fans and our loyal season ticket holders,” team president Joe Banner said in a statement released by the club. “We understand that this is a difficult economy, and we’re grateful that fans still turned out this season in sell-out numbers to support the Eagles. Holding the line on pricing for another year was one way we could thank Philadelphia fans for their continued support. We are looking forward to another exciting season of Eagles football at Lincoln Financial Field in 2012.”
The Eagles have not raised ticket prices since before the 2009 season. Season-ticket holders will be sent invoices for their accounts this week.
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