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Fans React To Panthers Raising Their Ticket Prices

Detail photo of a Carolina Panthers helmet during a training camp session at Bank of America Stadium on August 24, 2020 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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The Carolina Panthers are starting to look like perhaps a dark horse playoff team in the NFC.

After winning just seven games last season and starting to make significant changes in October, they have continued the overhaul of their roster by bringing in Pro Bowl running back Miles Sanders and wide receivers D.J. Chark and Adam Thielen.

The big move they made was to move wideout D.J. Moore and draft compensation to the Chicago Bears for the top pick in next month’s NFL Draft.

That top pick is one reason the team has given for its decision to raise ticket prices for next season.

High ticket prices have been a bone of contention for fans dating back many years, not just in the NFL but also in the nation’s three other major pro sports.

Needless to say, fans are irked by this move.

These fans are irked that much more by the fact that the Panthers have been one of the league’s weaker teams in recent years.

This fan, on the other hand, tried to keep things in perspective — somewhat.

In a nation where the middle class has disappeared over the last 40 years and inflation is still high, it has already been hard enough for the average working-class family to schlep together enough money to head out to an NFL game.

This is part of a trend that has also afflicted the other major pro sports leagues in North America, particularly the NBA, which has even more exorbitant salaries than the NFL, not to mention fully guaranteed contracts.

The Panthers Are Using 1 Recent Move To Justify Ticket Price Increase

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