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Twins Announce Season-Ticket Pricing Plan For Target Field
Published September 19, 2008
|Twins Unveil Season-Ticket Pricing Plan
For 2010 Campaign At Target Field
DOING THEIR HOMEWORK: Twins President Dave St. Peter said, "We looked at what other clubs have done right, and frankly what other clubs have done wrong. ... It was important to us to create a pricing structure that, in our mind, wasn't out of whack." St. Peter added 85% of Target Field's 60 suites are sold. In St. Paul, Kelsie Smith reports the suites range in price from $90,000-200,000 and "all of the $200,000 suites are sold." Also, 80% of Target Field's 3,000 club seats "have been sold to existing season-ticket holders" (ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS, 9/19).