Redskins Won’t Raise Playoff Ticket Prices for 95 Percent of Seats

by Chuck Carroll

LANHAM, Md. (CBSDC) — With Sunday’s win the Washington Redskins are in first place in the NFC East and have released playoff ticket information, noting the price of admission will not increase for 95 percent of the seats at FedEx Field.

The Redskins say, in accordance to NFL policy, season ticket holders will have the first opportunity to purchase tickets to a potential Wild Card Weekend contest. Those tickets must be reserved by Dec. 27.

The remaining tickets, if any, will go on sale to the general public on Dec. 29.

“We appreciate the support of our great fans and wanted to make sure ticket prices for our potential Wild Card playoff game would be affordable,” Redskins’ General Manager Bruce Allen said in comments distributed by the team.

Season ticket holders my elect to pay in full for their tickets up front, or choose to place a credit card on file that will only be charged if the Redskins host a playoff game.

A spot in the playoffs is far from assured. Washington must first finish their season with a road contest against the Philadelphia Eagles and a critical season finale at home against the Dallas Cowboys.


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