Titans Won't Raise Ticket Prices for 2011 Season



The Tennessee Titans will not raise ticket prices at LP Field for the second straight year.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. --** The Tennessee Titans will not raise ticket prices for the 2011 season, team owner K.S. "Bud" Adams, Jr. has confirmed.

"I realize things are still difficult out there for our season-ticket holders,'' Adams said. "There are a number pressures to increase our revenues, but this is not a time to raise prices for our fans.''

It marks the second straight year the Titans have not raised their ticket prices, which continue to rank in the bottom quarter of the league with a range of $43 to $83 per game.

Season ticket invoices will be mailed out next week with payment due Feb. 22. Single-game tickets go on sale in July.

The Titans have sold out every game -- 124 and counting -- since LP Field opened its doors in 1999.

The Titans will travel for road games against the Texans, Colts, Jaguars, Pittsburgh Steelers, Carolina Panthers, Cleveland Browns, Atlanta Falcons and Buffalo Bills.

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