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RANGERS' TICKET PRICES PUDGE UPWARD FOR '98 SEASON
Published October 15, 1997
The MLB Rangers announced that they are raising ticket prices on 33,848 of The Ballpark's 49,166 seats next season, according to David Markiewicz of the FT. WORTH STAR- TELEGRAM. Increases will range from $1-5 a seat. Lower box seats and club box seats will increase "the most," going up by either $4 or $5. The price of 89% of upper deck seats "will be unchanged." Parking also will increase next year, from $6 to $7. The price increases "should generate" $5-7M in additional revenue next season (STAR-TELEGRAM, 10/14).