Titans Not Hiking Season Ticket Prices for 2010

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Add the Tennessee Titans to the NFL teams not hiking season ticket prices for the 2010 season.

Owner Bud Adams told The Tennessean newspaper Wednesday night that season ticket prices will remain the same for the upcoming season. This is the third time the team has not hiked ticket prices since moving into its current stadium for the 1999 season.

The Titans have sold out 114 straight games thanks to season ticket buyers. Approximately 3,500 single-game tickets are available each July.

The decision, confirmed by a team spokesman Thursday, doesn't mean ticket buyers won't pay more. A $2-per ticket user fee will be added in mid-June for all LP Field events except Tennessee State games. The money will go to stadium repairs.

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