No ticket increase for Eagles; lockout refund policy
The not so good news is the looming lockout means there could be no 2011 season, period, end of gesture.
Amid such issues the Eagles announced they were holding the line on ticket increases and also had a refund policy in place just in case the owners lockout the players in the absence of a collective bargaining agreement.
"As ticket prices across sports and entertainment continue to rise," Eagles president Joe Banner said in a release, "we have done our best to be sensitive to the frequency and amount of increases for Philadelphia Eagles tickets."
The Eagles also announced a ticket refund policy for general admission seats. Ticket purchasers are eligible for full refunds for any game not played due to a work stoppage in 2011. For season ticket holders, refunds are credited toward future games or direct reimbursement in the form used to pay for tickets. Refunds will include interest from the due date of the final payment.