The Redskins have announced that general admission ticket prices for the 2010 season will be unchanged, remaining at the same price for the fifth season in a row.
"It's always a challenge to maintain ticket prices from year to year, but we wanted to show the fans how much we appreciate their support, especially in difficult economic times," said David Donovan, the team's Chief Operating Officer.
Since 1999, the team has increased general admission ticket prices only twice (prior to the 2000 and 2006 seasons), a rarity among U.S. sports franchises.
The Redskins are one of only two NFL teams that have not raised prices since 2006, according to Chicago-based Team Marketing Report. General admission tickets currently range from $29 to $99. The team's season tickets have been sold out since 1966.
The Redskins average general admission ticket prices are below those of nine other NFL teams, including most of the other major markets, according to Team Marketing Report's 2009 data.
The Redskins have the largest season ticket waiting list in the NFL.
Mailing of season ticket renewals is expected to begin in early February.