|Getting some me-time before 2012 campaign.|
The Eagles' 8-8 season was so wretched ownership is afraid of
raising ticket prices.
Or maybe the decision to hold the line is to appease critics who wanted head coach Andy Reid fired.
Whatever. Make it four seasons in a row without an increase. No way the Eagles would have risked jacking up tickets prior to the 2011 season as the lockout was hanging over their heads.
“We appreciate our great fans and our loyal season ticket holders,” Eagles president Joe Banner said in a statement. “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.”
Did he really say "another exciting season?"
The last ticket increase was prior to the 2009 campaign.