Browns rank near the top of ticket price inflation over the last 15 years

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Anyone who has attended a Cleveland Browns game at FirstEnergy Stadium knows it’s not a cheap date. The Browns’ average ticket price crept over $100 in 2021, not counting parking or concessions.

The rate at which the price to see the Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium has gone up significantly over the last 15 years. Back in 2006, the average ticket rate was just $48.97. The price has gone up 106 percent in the ensuing 15 seasons.

That high inflation rate ranks sixth in the NFL in that time period. The highest increase comes from the Raiders, who moved from Oakland to Las Vegas and rocketed ticket prices by 147 percent from 2006-2021.

The Browns haven’t renovated their home stadium significantly since 2015, and there are reports the team is looking for a potential new home facility.