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THE INTERNET IS HOME, HOME FOR THE RANGERS' TICKET SALES
Published April 30, 1998
The MLB Rangers introduced their new online ticket service three weeks ago, and since April 6, more than 6,300 tickets have been purchased on the Internet, according to John Harris of the FT. WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM. The service, at www.texasrangers.com, allows fans to buy up to 24 individual tickets to any available home game via credit card. There is a handling fee of $2 per ticket for using the service -- $1 less than the fee for buying seats at area department stores (John Harris, FT. WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM, 4/29).