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T-WOLVES MOVE FORWARD WITH TIX SALES
Published July 28, 1995
Despite the lockout of NBA players, the Timberwolves "sent out letters to season-ticket holders this week asking them to pay the remaining balance on their accounts for the 1995-96 season," according to the Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE. The letter says the team is "proceeding with the upcoming season as planned. This includes maintaining the previously established season ticket payment schedule." The letter also says, if games are canceled, ticket holders can receive refunds or apply them to '96-97 tickets with a credit to the account of an additional 5% over the face value of tickets for canceled games (Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE, 7/27).