The Los Angeles Rams finally announce what season ticket prices will be for the 2016 season
With more than 56,000 fans wanting to get season tickets for the Los Angeles Rams in 2016, they all will get the chance to see if they afford a 9 game package deal. Los Angeles are planning to offer eight tiers of tickets, with nine-game packages ranging from $360 to $2,025 for the fall of this year. Remember the Rams will only play 9 games in LA for 2016 (2 Preseason, 7 Regular) because they play one game against the Giants in England.
The pricing tiers for the ticket packages, per seat, are $2,025 (for eight midfield sections behind the Rams’ bench), $1,575, $1,350, $1,080, $810, $675, $585, and $360. The club is scheduled to roll out the pricing plan in an email Thursday that will be sent to the people who made a $100 deposit in hopes of purchasing season tickets for 2016.
The Rams have worked out a deal with the Los Angeles Coliseum to play there for the next three years, while their brand new $2.6 billion dollar Inglewood stadium won’t be ready until the 2019 season.
The Rams vice president Jack Bye told the media that season ticket pricing will be much lower than what single game pricing will be when it is announced in the summer. Hence you should buy season tickets rather than single game tickets.
"“We wanted to make Rams football accessible to as many people as we could, so the pricing we’re going with is extremely reasonable when compared to what people might have expected,” Bye said"
With the Rams relocation back to Los Angeles, will fans be wanting to pay the price of season tickets even though Coach Jeff Fisher has not recorded a winning season. Another side note for the 2016 season is the fact the Rams have the 3rd toughest schedule in the NFL. Don’t worry quarterback Case Keenum is ready to lead the Rams in the playoffs.