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Nashville Fans Dig Deeper Into Pockets

from the Tennessean,
Predators fans will have to dig deeper into their wallets for individual-game tickets this coming season, especially if they want to attend some of the schedule's most attractive matchups. The Predators are raising individual-game prices from 2005-06 in eight categories, ranging from as little as 3.3 percent to as much as 50 percent. In addition, the Predators will introduce variable pricing for seven "premium'' games this season. That means fans buying individual-game tickets to those games will be paying even higher prices — from as little as $4 more per ticket to as much as $15.50 over the regular increase.

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