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Packers Instituting Higher Fees On New Season-Ticket Holders
Published May 31, 2012
LESS IS MORE: In Cincinnati, Joe Reedy notes a “reduction in season-ticket prices has translated into an increase in sales for the Bengals.” With two- and four-game ticket packs going on sale next Thursday, the team announced that the seats, “which were reduced to $40 per game, are sold out.” Those tickets, “which were in rows 13 and higher in the Canopy levels of eight sections, were previously $60 per game” (CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, 5/31).