The Carolina Panthers underwent their best season in franchise history, and their new ticket prices reflect their accomplishments.
Carolina announced that approximately two-thirds of their tickets will be raised $5-$12 for the 2016 season. Moreover, non-premium tickets will cost anywhere from $48-$195.
"The entire Panthers organization wants to express our heartfelt thanks for your unwavering support," Panthers president Danny Morrison said to the team's season-ticket holders in a statement. "We value the relationship we have with you and with our community, and we pledge our continued commitment to you, both on and off the field."
Carolina is coming off an NFL-best 15-1 regular season, where Cam Newton captured MVP honors. However, the Panthers lost 24-10 to the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50.
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