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RAMS HOLD THE LINE ON TIX; LOOK TO CUT SOME CLUB SEAT PRICES
Published January 9, 1998
For the third straight season, there will be no increase in PSLs or single-game tickets by the Rams, according to Jim Thomas of the ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH. The Rams also said that "there will be no escalation in luxury suite prices" for '98, and that the club is "restructuring the prices" of the 6,500 club seats at the Trans World Dome. A total of 2,500 seats will be reduced in price a total of $200 to $400 a season. About 1,000 club seats will increase in price by a total of $100 a season. The "overall effect of the restructuring" will result in a 6% decrease in the average club seat price (ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, 1/8).