CHARLOTTE — Carolina Panthers fans hope the NFL team’s winning percentage goes up next season after five consecutive losing seasons. Thursday morning, they learned one thing that is definitely going up in 2023: ticket prices.
Season ticket holders will pay an average of $6 more per ticket for the upcoming season, pushing the average non-premium ticket price to $109 per game, a team spokesperson told CBJ. That represents an increase of 5.8% over 2022, when prices were flat, except for premium seats.
Carolina is one of at least 27 NFL clubs known to be raising prices this season; half of those teams have announced increases with higher percentages than the Panthers. There are 32 teams in the NFL.
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