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IT'S GONNA COST A LITTLE MORE TO TOSS A OCTOPUS ON THE ICE
Published August 8, 1995
The Red Wings raised prices of premium tickets for next season. Prices will be increase by 40% on the 1600 seats that constitute the first seven rows of Joe Louis Arena. Those seats are now $60, up from $43. The remaining 5000 seats in the lower bowl are up 23%, from $43 to $53. Upper bowl seats have risen to $36 from $32 and $28 from $26. The 1200 upper deck seats are unchanged. The increase will generate an estimated additional $5.2M in revenue (CRAIN'S DETROIT BUSINESS, 7/31-8/6 issue).