General admission ticket prices for Washington Redskins games will remain unchanged for the 2008 season, the team announced Wednesday.
For the first time, season ticket holders will be able to access and manage their accounts via a new channel at www.redskins.com, the team's official web site.
"We work hard to minimize ticket increases, and we've been able to maintain the current level for yet another year," said Mitch Gershman, Redskins Chief Operating Officer. "The stability of pricing and the more than 200,000 names on our wait list for season tickets are testament to the continued support of our tremendous fan base, and we thank them."
The team's new "My Season Ticket Account" link will allow ticketholders to directly maintain their accounts, including paying for their tickets in a direct, secure manner and updating contact information in real time.
Every season ticketholder's invoice will contain a password which may be used to access their account in conjunction with the account number or e-mail address. Passwords may be changed following initial activation.
The mailing of season ticket invoices will begin Feb. 15, with the "My Season Ticket Account" feature active on Monday, Feb. 18.
Since 1999, the team has increased ticket prices only twice (2000 and 2006), a rarity among U.S. sports franchises. General admission tickets currently range in price from $29 to $99.
The team's season tickets have been sold out since the mid-1960s.