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     The Rangers are granting a "reprieve" to "bonded" ticket
holders who missed the deadline to renew.  Fans who failed to
renew their season-tickets by February 1 face paying a "seat
option" of between $500 to $2,500 to regain purchasing rights.
But Rangers President Tom Schieffer said they have decided to
extend the renewal deadline to May 12, and although ticket
holders are not guaranteed to get the same seats, the team will
"allow them to purchase similar seats until May 12 without having
to pay seat-option charges" (Christopher Ave, FORT WORTH STAR-
TELEGRAM, 4/20).
In Montreal, the Expos have sold only 18,000 of the 46,000
available tickets for opening day.  Expos VP Marketing/
Communications Richard Morency also said that group ticket sales
are down.  Morency: "Usually we sell about 300,000 tickets a year
through group sales.  We are at about 110,000 to 115,000 right
now, but it is still early."  The good news is that Pharmaprix,
the Quebec chain of Shoppers Drug Mart, Ltd., has agreed to
purchase 2,000 season tickets for 1995 (Robert MacLeod, Toronto
GLOBE & MAIL, 4/20).