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BULLETS RAISE TICKET PRICES, DESPITE LOSING RECORD
Published February 10, 1995
The Bullets raised ticket prices for the second time in less than a year. The team announced an increase of "approximately 12%" for '95-96. Most tickets will be increased by $3, but some sections will see up to a $15 increase. The overall average will go from $25.13 to "around $28," according to Bullets President Susan O'Malley. Team officials said they announced the increase now "to take advantage of the team's new popularity so they can begin taking reservations for next season." The Bullets have sold out 15 of 21 home games and are on pace to top their record of 20 sellouts (Richard Justice, WASHINGTON POST, 2/10).