The New Orleans Saints are raising ticket prices for the first time in two years, ranging from $3 to $65 per game.
The amount of increase depends on the seat location.
That's according to Michael Stanfield, vice president of ticket and suite sales for the team.
About half the seats in the Superdome increased by $5 or less, and two-thirds of the stadium went up by $10 or less.
But there were some hefty increases in club-level seating and the loge corner section.
Season ticket packages -- which go out next week -- will have one less ticket this year because the Oct. 26 home game against the San Diego Chargers has been moved to London.
The nine-ticket package includes two preseason and seven regular-season home games.
Tickets won't be available to the general public anytime soon. The season-ticket waiting list is up to about 35,000 people.
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