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Titans To Raise Ticket Prices

                   LP Field Will-Call ticket counters

Flush off a somewhat successful 2007 season which saw them reach the playoffs for the first time in four years, the Tennessee Titans are also raising prices to see them play in 2008.  The jump for season tickets ranges from $2-6, making them between $41-80 per game; it is the 7th time in 9 years that the Titans have raised ticket prices, although this year’s increase is less than last year.

The average ticket price of $56.35 for the 2008 season is among the lowest in the NFL; last year, it was $52.18 – ranked 29th out of 32 teams.  Titans Executive Vice President Don MacLachlan told the Tennessean, “We always carefully examine our ticket-pricing structure and this year we decided to increase ticket prices, yet also keeping in mind we want to have our average ticket price remain among the lowest in the National Football League.  We truly appreciate our season-ticket holders and are appreciative of the fact
we’ve been able to sell out every game since we have been in LP Field.”  The Titans have sold out every game – 93, including the preseason and playoffs – since their downtown stadium was opened in 1999.

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