The Associated Press
CLEVELAND (AP) -- The Cleveland Browns are not raising their season-ticket prices for 2013.
The team said Monday that ticket prices will not increase for the fifth straight year, the second-longest streak in the league. Also, the Browns said the average cost of a game ticket is the second-lowest in the NFL.
Browns CEO Joe Banner praised Cleveland fans for their "tremendous loyalty over the years" and the club was rewarding that faith by keeping its tickets affordable.
The team also said fans looking to purchase additional season tickets would not have to buy a PSL (personal seat license) for the new seats at FirstEnergy Stadium.
Browns president Alec Scheiner said the team is committed to improving the game-day experience, which will include a significant upgrade in cellphone service beginning this season.
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