Panthers Jacking Up Ticket Prices After Finishing Season With League-Worst Record

The Carolina Panthers have announced an average 4% increase in ticket prices for the upcoming season, marking the second consecutive year of price hikes after a period of stability in 2022.

Despite finishing last season with a 2-15 record and not having a winning season since 2017, the team is still going to raise their prices.

According to the AP, the lower level seating at Bank of America Stadium will see the highest increase, jumping 7% from last year for permanent seat license owners.

The upcoming season will feature nine home games, including one preseason and eight regular season games, one less than last year due to an international game in Germany.

The Panthers, who have one of the highest season ticket renewal rates in the NFL, are offering an all-inclusive trip to this year’s draft in Detroit as an incentive for early renewal or payment plan sign-ups by April 1.

You can find out more or buy tickets or PSLs on their website here.



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