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Flyers Increasing Season-Ticket Prices As Part Of "Rescaling"
Published March 28, 2011
The Flyers are "instituting a price increase of more than 21 percent for six sections in the lower bowl" of
DOING THEIR HOMEWORK: Flyers Senior VP/Business Operations Shawn Tilger said that the team's marketing and sales department "researched this for eight months using statistics from the NHL, in-house and outside sales, secondary market research (StubHub, eBay etc.), plus input from a fans’ advisory board on what they felt were the best locations in the arena." The Flyers "also looked to see what tickets in the arena were and weren’t moving on re-sale and what prices people were willing to pay for specific tickets in certain parts of the arena" (CSNPHILLY.com, 3/27).