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Wild Raise Season Ticket Prices

via the AP,
The Minnesota Wild announced a slight increase Friday for season-ticket prices. The Wild attributed the rise for 2006-07 to inflation. Club-level seats will jump $5 each per game, to $85 and $75. Lower-level seats will rise $1.50 each per game, to $74, $64 and $54. Upper-level seats will go up 50 cents each game, to $30 and $12.50. Club-level seating will include a three-year term, with current prices frozen for the remaining two years. With arena capacity listed at 18,064, the Wild has averaged a paid crowd of 18,563 over their streak of 228 straight sellouts - including postseason and preseason and dating to the franchise's inception in 2000. At several games this season, however, there were significant numbers of empty seats.

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