As everyone in Cleveland knows, the Browns had a horrendous 2017 NFL season, becoming just the second team in the NFL to go 0-16 (the other being the Detroit Lions in 2008).
On Monday Tom Withers of the Associated Press tweeted that the Browns will not be raising season-ticket prices for the 2018 season. The Browns are expected to rank 31st or 32nd in the league for per game season ticket price in 2018.
#Browns will not raise season-ticket prices following 0-16 season. Team is expected to rank 31st or 32nd in league for per game season ticket price in 2018.
— Tom Withers (@twithersAP) February 26, 2018
In other words, you don’t have to pay more this season to sit through 8 games of misery.