Panthers use 1 recent move to justify ticket price increase

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After a chaotic 2022 season in which they only won seven games, the Carolina Panthers could have a pretty competitive team next season.

They added Pro Bowl running back Miles Sanders, formerly of the Philadelphia Eagles, as well as receivers Adam Thielen and DJ Chark.

Of course, Carolina will have the first pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, which she’ll likely use on Bryce Young from the University of Alabama or CJ Stroud from Ohio State University.

The organization uses this first choice as a reason to increase ticket prices.

Going to an NFL game is already expensive when you consider the cost of tickets, parking, transportation, and food and drink, and it’s certainly a burden given the realities of microeconomics and the absence of a middle class in America today.

A common criticism is that teams will supposedly find any excuse to raise ticket prices to maximize profits.

However, going to a Panthers game could soon be worth the cost.

If Young or Stroud live up to their potential, the team could have a shot at a playoff spot in 2023, especially since the NFC isn’t as deep as the AFC.

The defending conference champion Philadelphia Eagles look considerably weaker on paper, as do the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who lost Tom Brady to retirement.

The Panthers don’t necessarily expect to make the playoffs next season, but at least one playoff appearance looks to be in the near future one way or another.

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