The bad news: The Washington Redskins have had just two winning seasons since 1999. The good news: the team has increased general admission ticket prices just three times during that span.
The Redskins announced on Friday that they will not raise general admission ticket prices in 2012 after finishing out of the playoffs for the fourth straight season. The team said they will be the same price for the seventh consecutive year.
Since 1999, the team has increased prices prior to the 2000, 2002 and 2006 seasons.
"We are sensitive to our loyal fans during these difficult economic times,” Executive Vice President/General Manager Bruce Allen said. "We look forward to a historic season and continuing to further enhance the fan experience at FedEx Field."
The "historic" reference is to 2012 being the team's 80th anniversary.
The team said general admission tickets currently range in price from $29 to $99. Season-ticket renewal notices are expected to be mailed in mid-January.