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06-12-2008, 04:17 PM
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putting more money in the owners' pocket. Some of the suffered through years of losses to entertain us fans and now they're getting their reward.

I do believe that Rangers ticket prices in the 300s and 400s are still pretty reasonable. I had tickets in the 300s in the mid-late 90s and the price held steady for several years, and wasn't materially above the price in the early 90s. My only complaint then was the team sucked balls, which is one of the reasons why prices weren't raised for several years. I think it was when they decided to spend on Fleury, et al, that prices were increased.

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