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TICKET INCREASE TO BRING MORE BANG FOR THE BUCKS
Published June 24, 1998
The Bucks increased prices for season-ticket holders for next season, according to Bob Wolfley of the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL. The increases are from $46 to $54; $41 to $47; $31 to $36; $28 to $32, and $1 increases among the $22, $19, $14 and $11 price points. The team decreased ticket prices in four sections from $41 to $36. The Bucks did not raise prices last year (JOURNAL SENTINEL, 6/24).