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RAPTORS OPEN UP MORE CLUB SEATS, HOPE IT FIRES OFF SALES
Published December 13, 1994
The Raptors put 1,200 club seats in the SkyDome's 200 level on sale yesterday with the hope that would boost the team's season-ticket drive. The seats "represent options not taken by the SkyDome's licensed club seatholders." They are on sale for $58 without a license fee, and "if and when the Raptors' new building is constructed," 220-level ticket holders will be put on a waiting list for seats behind the basket within the lower bowl in the proposed new facility (Chris Young, TORONTO STAR, 12/13).