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ROCKIES SEASON-TICKETS AT COORS FIELD RAISING CANE
Published September 27, 1994
"Still smarting" from the 30% increase in next year's ticket prices, Rockies fans are beginning to question the club's policy for transferring reserved seats from Mile High Stadium to Coors Field. For many season-ticket holders, "the question is simple: Can I improve my seats?" Rockies Dir of Ticket Sales Sue Ann McClaren: "It all depends on cancellations, and how many people move into the club seats." The club hopes to assign seats by mid-November when season-ticket holders will be billed for a 33% down payment. Because of construction, fans will not be allowed to visit Coors Field to inspect their seats. "Apparently, the only sure-fire option for improving seat location is to move into the pricey and exclusive club section." At $26 a game, a pair of season tickets costs $4,160. About 4,400 club seats will be made available (Paul Hutchinson, DENVER POST, 9/21).