Thread: Tickets: Ticket Prices 2013-2014
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03-11-2013, 07:48 PM
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Originally Posted by Blueshirt67 View Post
4% means my 6000 season tickets go to 6240. Can't really complain, the team is competitive, they've made a huge investment in the building even though some don't like it, they brought in Nash. I still wont have to buy pre-season games, that will save me somewhere around $450.00. There is demand for these tickets and the Rangers recognize this. Has anyone has any difficulty selling $73-$78 games for profit this year? Will that change when it is $76-$82? Last year, my tickets went from $59 to $73 each, thats 24%. I'll be happy if its only a 4% increase. If the money becomes an issue, I'll just go to less games.
Devil is in the detail. Everyone knows the lower bowl is over extended, so let's say 75% of ticket revenue is in the lower bowl. If they hold those prices constant, that means a 4% average increase could really mean a 12% increase for you (+$720)

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