In the wake of a disappointing season, the Titans will not raise ticket prices for the 2013 season, owner Bud Adams said Friday. A year ago the team raised ticket prices in the lower bowl at LP Field for the first time in three years, but kept prices unchanged in the stadium's upper deck. Adams won't adjust any of the prices for this fall. The user fee on all events at LP Field will increase by $1 after the CMA Festival in June, however, following $26.8 million in stadium enhancements last offseason. The current $2 fee will increase to $3 for the Music City Bowl, the Western Kentucky-Kentucky game, future concerts, soccer matches and also Titans games. The user fee does not apply to Tennessee State University games. "We approached the process of ticket pricing with thoughtful consideration of all our season ticket holders. We appreciate each and every ticket buyer and are indebted to them for their constant support,'' Adams said. "After this careful consideration, we are pleased that we are able to hold the line on our ticket prices for 2013.
Titans' ticket prices will remain same for 2013 season
Tennessean | Jan 26