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Los Angeles Rams season ticket prices announced

File: The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, as seen on Aug. 26, 2015.
File: The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, as seen on Aug. 26, 2015.
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The soon-to-arrive Los Angeles Rams announced the prices of their season tickets for the 2016 season at the L.A. Memorial Coliseum, and they range from $360 to $2,025.

Those tickets are only available to those who've already put down deposits — the team received 56,000 season ticket deposits during their "Welcome Home" campaign launched last month, according to a press release from the organization.

If you haven't put down a deposit, you won't be able to get season tickets this year, it said.

A "very limited" number of single game tickets are going to be made available over the summer, according to the release, and pricing for those tickets will be announced at that time. The Rams promised that season ticket holders will have the lowest per-game prices.

Rams fan Sal Martinez from the Golden Ram Barber Shop said that he thought the prices seem extremely fair, but noted that the cheaper $360 seats are in undesirable areas of the Coliseum, with bad angles for seeing the action on field.

Martinez said he expects prices to be significantly higher once team's new stadium is built. 

"Our current pricing structure is reflective of our goal to make Rams football and our outstanding game day experience available to as many fans as possible," Rams Vice President Jake Bye said in the release.

Those who've paid deposits will be able to buy tickets at some point in April, according to the release. Those who are unable to buy tickets to what they call "extremely high demand" packages will receive other benefits, including the ability to purchase single game tickets and other ticket packages before the general public, as well as early access to playoff tickets and 2017 and 2018 season tickets, if available. They'll also get access to Rams team events, giveaways and other content.

One thing the team hasn't yet announced: what the Rams' uniforms will look like. Martinez said that fans overwhelmingly want the team's old colors back, but that the Rams have been going back and forth on when to change the uniforms.

The L.A. Times reported last week that the Rams don't plan to change their uniforms until the 2019 season.