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Broncos, Rams Latest To Announce Higher Season-Ticket Prices For '13 Season
Published February 4, 2013
ARCH WAY: In St. Louis, Jim Thomas reported Rams season-ticket holders last week received an e-mail notice “informing them of a slight increase in season-ticket prices for the 2013 season.” The e-mail “included a letter from coach Jeff Fisher and a highlight video of the 2012 season.” A seat that cost $82 a game last season "now costs $88.” There is a “discount program for those who renew by Feb. 22.” Applying the discount to an $88 ticket, the price "goes down to $84." Rams Exec VP/Football Operations Kevin Demoff said that the increase in season-ticket prices is $2 per game in "two-thirds of the Edward Jones Dome for those renewing by Feb. 22” (ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, 2/2).