Marlins Mourn Fernandez In Return To Diamond 76ers, StubHub Debut New Ticketing Platform Yormark Won't Discuss Possible Isles Move Clippers Reinforce Basketball Operations Staff Guber, Leonsis Buy E-Sports' Team Liquid Oilers Unveil Hunter The Lynx As New Team Mascot Flyers See Increase In Season-Tix Sales Franchise Notes Marlins Fans, Baseball World Mourns Fernandez Protests Take Place Outside Panthers Game
ROCKETS RAISE TICKET PRICES FOR SECOND STRAIGHT YEAR
Published May 2, 1995
The Rockets announced last week they will raise ticket prices for the second straight year. The team will not raise the price of their lowest priced, $11 ticket, but have announced raises for all tickets in the $16.50-$65.50 range. For tickets in that range, the two year percentage change in prices ranges from 32.1%-57.6%. A ticket that cost $46 two years ago, will cost $72.50 next season -- a 57.6% increase. The team did not announce whether they will raise prices for VIP courtside seating that cost $150-$295 this season (David Barron, HOUSTON CHRONICLE, 4/29).