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AFL Rattlers Will Refund Season-Ticket Costs If No Playoffs In '08
Published October 31, 2007
OTHER PROMISES: The NHL Rangers promised to lower ticket prices 10% if the team missed the '04 playoffs. The NHL Panthers guaranteed full season-ticket holders a credit on their '03-04 renewals if the club missed the '03 playoffs. The Predators raised ticket prices an average of $6 prior to the '02-03 season, but Owner Craig Leipold said that the team would refund the difference if the team missed the '03 playoffs. The Hawks in '02 promised to give each full season-ticket holder $125 if the team missed the postseason. In each case, the team did in fact fail to qualify for the postseason (THE DAILY).