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Rams' Season-Ticket Prices Stay Flat, But Increases Coming For Individual Games

Rams Exec VP/Football Operations & COO Kevin Demoff yesterday announced that the team "isn't raising the price of season tickets and disclosed plans to improve the game-day experience" at Edward Jones Dome in '14, according to Bernie Miklasz of the ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH. Demoff in an e-mail to fans wrote, "There will not be an increase in season ticket prices from last season. However, we will be raising single-game prices in order to increase the savings for our season ticket holders. Additionally, we will be allowing fans to recognize savings on their season tickets if you renew your season tickets by March 14." He added, "We are in the process of overhauling all of the food and beverage service throughout the entire building. ... Second, to address cell service within the Edward Jones Dome, new antennas are being built to improve wireless coverage throughout the building. Finally, the first time you hear our team introduced in pre-game, the sound will be crystal clear through the new sound system being installed in the building this summer" (ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, 2/25).
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