Ahead of the 2013 season, the Redskins announced that fans should expect an increase in ticket prices and parking rates. Some fans attributed the increase to the team making the playoffs earlier that year.
Still, the team declared its ticket prices would “remain among the most affordable in the NFC East.”
The team has not released any information to explain the new parking prices. Instead, the Redskins on Wednesday tweeted a link prompting fans to buy their parking passes for upcoming regular-season games. The link redirects fans to the Click and Park website.
Upper-level seats in the 400s are running at least $75 each on Ticketmaster.
For a better view in the 200 level, fans will pay $100 a ticket — and that’s not even the best seat.
And what if they want a beer? They run about $9 each; hot dogs, $5.