Redskins’ General Admission Ticket Prices Remain Static For Sixth Consecutive Season
The Washington Redskins announced Friday that general admission prices would remain static for the sixth consecutive year.
“We are sensitive to our loyal fans during these difficult economic times,” general manager Bruce Allen said in a press release issued by the team. “We look forward to a historic season and continuing to further enhance the fan experience at FedEx Field.”
Washington has only increased the price of general admission tickets, which range from $29 to $99 a seat, three times since Dan Snyder purchased the team in 1999 – before the 2000, 2002 and 2006 seasons. Season tickets have been sold out since 1966; renewals will be sent to current season-ticket holders in mid-January.