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GET 'EM WHILE YOU CAN; PANTHERS OFFERING NEW TICKET PACKAGES
Published July 11, 1995
On Wednesday, the NFL Panthers will begin offering two-and three-game "Panther Pack" ticket packages for the team's first season at Clemson's Death Valley, according to the CHARLOTTE OBSERVER. The team will also offer single-game tickets starting August 1. "Panther Pack" packages offer another way to sell tickets for less desirable games by packaging them with the popular games. These seats will not be subject to the PSLs which go in effect when the team moves to Charlotte in '96 (CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, 7/11).