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Redskins Hold Line On Ticket Prices, Announce Refund Policy

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The Redskins will not raise general admission season ticket prices for the 2011 season, the team announced on Wednesday.

The Redskins have maintained current general admission ticket prices since the 2006 season.

The team also announced a full ticket refund policy for any 2011 preseason and regular season games that are cancelled due to a work stoppage.

The policy will apply to all seats, including General Admission, Premium Club Seats and Suites.

"We remain hopeful that an agreement can be successfully negotiated between the League and the Players Association," said Redskins owner Daniel M. Snyder. "If that does not occur, all Washington Redskins season ticket holders will be offered full refunds for any games that are missed."

Season ticket holders will have the option to receive refunds in either the form that they paid for tickets (e.g., check, credit card), or in credits toward future games.

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