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SBD/March 3, 2011/Franchises
Wild Freeze Prices On All Season Tickets In Attempt To Restore Sellouts
Published March 3, 2011
DISCOUNT DEAL: In St. Paul, Ray Richardson reported the T'Wolves "kicked off a ticket promotion Tuesday that allows current and prospective season-ticket buyers to get significant discounts." Fans who buy season-ticket packages before the April 13 deadline "qualify for discounts ranging from" 3-22%. A T'Wolves spokesperson said that before the promotion, the team "had an 82 percent renewal rate on season-ticket sales" for the '11-12 season (ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS, 3/2).