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Trail Blazers Increase Season-Ticket Prices For '14-15, Strike New Ticketmaster Deal
Published February 19, 2014
THAT'S THE TICKET: The Blazers have signed a multiyear agreement with Ticketmaster to return the team and Moda Center to the ticketing giant. The team was previously with Ticketmaster before aligning with Paciolan several years ago. Ticketmaster now works with 25 of 30 NBA teams. McGowan in a statement said, "As we continue to look to the future of digital ticketing, extensive data and analytics, it is clear that Ticketmaster has the vision and capacity to help us achieve our goals" (Eric Fisher, Staff Writer).