Found February 07, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
We mentioned last night  that many Redskins’ season ticket holders have seen as much as a 40 percent increase to the prices of their season tickets. Now Dan Steinberg of the The Washington Post is reporting that many fans that have season tickets in the upper deck are claiming that their tickets have gone up by as much as 57 percent. That led to lots of e-mails to me from folks in the upper decks, who said their percentage increase was much larger than that. So here’s an explanation. When the Redskins removed thousands of 400-level seats to create party decks in 2011, they relocated the plan holders whose seats had been eliminated. Those plan-holders were moving from the cheapest end zone seats in the stadium — priced at $44 or $48.40 — to more expensive seats in the corners or on the sidelines. Of course, they weren’t moving by choice — their seats no longer existed, having been removed despite a season ticket waiting list the team says contains hundreds of thousands of names. Anyh...
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