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Ticket Prices Up
#21
Just found out that my father and I might be getting 2 seats for season tickets in the upper deck, so I might be joining you guys!
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#22
ArrayJust found out that my father and I might be getting 2 seats for season tickets in the upper deck, so I might be joining you guys![/quote]
Let me know where.
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#23
ArrayLet me know where.[/quote]

Will do.
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#24
ArrayLet me know where.[/quote]

Just confirmed that we're getting season tickets this afternoon.

Section 320, row 3, seats 9 & 10.:rockon!:
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#25
These type of professional sport organization only cater to those who don't have to pay taxes.


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#26
I don't think ticket prices should go up and if they do the athletes should have a salary cap while they are playing, no endorsements.

If they want endorsement deals they should except lower salary caps.
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#27
As long as we keep paying what they ask for the prices will continue going up.

(05-07-2008, 05:44 PM)BlackhawkPaul Wrote: After all the good that this organ-I-zation has done to regress to the point of 50%-70% increases is just baffling.
I understand the law of averages in pricing, but to justify this withoot a constant playoff run is damned baffling.
Good business?

This isn't the Cubs.

Pretty soon, Detroit games will be considered "Prime" games, like the White Sox do for the Red Sox/Yankee/Cub games.

Dan Kelly gone. Good.
9, 21, 35 back. Good.
All home games televised. Good.
Convention. Good.
No playoffs since 2002-- ticket price increase. What the fuck?
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