WASHINGTON (WUSA9)-- The Washington Redskins 2018-2019 NFL season is right around the corner.
With that in mind, the organization has announced some enhancements for season ticket holders to increase ticket sales.
Those enhancements include preferred concession pricing, access to new entertainment areas at FedExField, and enjoy significant digital upgrades designed to enhance their experience.
Additionally, fans will no longer be required to join the Redskins Wait List before purchasing a Season Ticket.
Season Ticket Memberships will be immediately available to all Redskins fans starting Wednesday, June 13 at 11 a.m.
“We’re taking a fresh look at every area of the business, starting with the experience we provide for our fans and Season Ticket Members,” Brian Lafemina, President of Business Operations said. “Our most loyal fans have told us that they value affordability, entertainment and recognition. Our focus moving forward is on creating incredible and unprecedented value for our Season Ticket Members on game day and all year long.”
The preferred concession pricing will allow Members to pay up to 50 percent less for certain items than non-Members.
Other benefits include interest-free payment plans, complimentary NFL RedZone and Game Pass, and exclusive access to offseason events such as Member Happy Hours and the annual Fan Forum.
Members can also receive free membership in the Redskins Rewards program by downloading the Redskins app or by visiting www.RedskinsRewards.com.
The Rewards program provides access to unforgettable gameday experiences, autographed merchandise and more.
One change available to all fans at FedExField, the new Fan Pavilion in the West End Zone featuring a renovated bar area, prime sight lines to the field and multiple HD screens showing games from around the NFL on game day.
Digital ticketing and mobile pay will also be a significant upgrade to the game day experience from previous years in an effort to make entry to FedExField and payments around the stadium more seamless.
Fans will only need their mobile device in order to enter the stadium, transfer or sell their tickets and to activate the Member preferred pricing at all concession stands.
It's too early to tell if these changes will increase attendance at the games, but the Redskins are certainly trying.