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AVALANCHE ANNOUNCE AN 8% TICKET INCREASE FOR '98-99 SEASON
Published May 22, 1998
The Avalanche yesterday announced ticket increases for the '98-99 season, according to Rick Sadowski of the ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS. The average ticket price will be $53.44, up about 8% over last season's average of $49.24. Prices will range from $17 to $140 a ticket, which the Avalanche said will put them between 6th and 13th place in terms of ticket revenue. Tickets for one-third of the seats will cost $28 or less per game; tickets for half the seats will cost $41 or less per game (Rick Sadowski, ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS, 5/22).