Carolina Panthers 2015 PSL Owner/Season Ticket renewal packets will be mailed this week.
The renewal packet will contain an informative brochure detailing the numerous benefits of PSL Ownership through the Panthers Privileges program as well as information about payment options, which again include a six-month interest-free payment plan. View the 2015 ticket renewal brochure.
Ticket prices will increase throughout the stadium with nearly two-thirds of seats seeing an increase of $2 to $5. The Panthers' average ticket price will continue to rank in the lower half of all NFL teams.
Non-premium ticket prices now range from $43 to $160. Ticket prices for new Silver Club seats start at $250.
Taxes charged to tickets were mandated in 2014 by the North Carolina General Assembly, which changed the tax code to apply a 7.25-percent sales tax to tickets and handling fees. This tax applies to all college and professional sporting events and other entertainment activities in North Carolina.
"As we celebrate 20 years of Panthers football, back-to-back NFC South division championships and Thomas Davis' NFL Man of the Year Award, there is excitement about the foundation that has been established for the future," president Danny Morrison said. "The fan support has been paramount to this success and has contributed to the unifying and family-friendly atmosphere at Bank of America Stadium. With the stadium enhancements of 2014, along with a trained and dedicated stadium staff, we will continue to work to provide you the finest game day experience possible.
"As we look to the 2015 season, general manager Dave Gettleman and head coach Ron Rivera are working diligently to build around centerpieces Cam Newton and Luke Kuechly through upcoming free agency and the draft to improve our young roster. We will also continue the five-year renovation plan to refresh Bank of America Stadium so it remains the premier outdoor venue for NFL football."