Thread: Tickets: Ticket Prices 2013-2014
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03-12-2013, 05:18 PM
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Originally Posted by RUSF18 View Post
Your points are valid now that the team is winning and the building will be full. They have roughly 18,200 x 41 games x the average ticket price = a ******** of money as a stable, recurring revenue base. Companies love guarantees like that. And yes, the extra profit comes from all that extra spending that takes place on game day. But if MSG loses their STH base, coupled with the team struggling, they'll find themselves at 80% capacity and that equates to a massive hit to the bottom line.

I also think MSG would be careful not to hit the 200 level customers with a big increase. They know the 100 level people would love to fill those cheaper seats, and then they'll be tasked with replacing all those more expensive season tickets which they're already having trouble getting rid of.
I have been watching the rangers for a long time. I do not recall the NYR ever having trouble selling out the building. There have been many mediocre teams during those decades.

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