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Cleveland Browns increase some season-ticket prices for 2019

On the back of renewed interest in the team, the Cleveland Browns are raising season-ticket prices for just the second time in 11 years.

The average season ticket will increase about seven per cent for 2019 while around 43 per cent of seats will see no rise in prices.

The NFL team, which has not reached the post-season since 2002, had among the least-expensive averaged priced season tickets in the league for 2018.

Meanwhile, the Tennessee Titans also announced they were increasing season-ticket prices for 2019.

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