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IF YOU'RE HUNGRY FOR THE WOLVES, GET SET TO PONY UP $$
Published February 24, 1998
The T-Wolves announced their '98-99 ticket prices Monday, with increases in most seat locations ranging from 15-25%, according to Steve Aschburner of the Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE. Team President Rob Moor: "Clearly, increasing ticket prices has to do with increasing expenses. Payroll -- I don't think we can duck that issue -- is one of the increasing expenses." The largest increases will be felt by ticket holders in the lower bowl, where fans will pay from $4 to $30 more next season. Upper-level seats will go from $17 to $25, $32 to $33 and $17 to $19, with $10 seats remaining the same (STAR TRIBUNE, 2/24). Other increases include: $194 to $225, $77 to $102, $50 to $63 and $32 to $40. The T-Wolves have 14 ticket categories in all (Ray Richardson, ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS, 2/24).