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BRAVES WILL NOT RAISE TICKET PRICES NEXT SEASON
Published November 22, 1994
The Braves will send out season-ticket renewals next week, and for the first time since 1990 the cost for a Braves game will not go up. Prices will remain $20 for dugout level, $18 for club level, $15 for field level, $12 for lower pavilion, $10 for upper level and $5 for upper pavilion (I.J. Rosenberg, ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 11/22). The Orioles, Rockies and Yankees have raised their prices.