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November 17, 2007

To fill seats in the Izod Center, Nets offer deep (and selective) discounts


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Like a lot of sports teams, the New Jersey Nets are doing their best to fill empty seats by offering some deep discounts to various companies and organizations.

What's interesting is that some companies, as these screenshots show, get a better deal. For example, employees of Barclays paid $50.50 for a discount seat to last night's game priced at $101, while employees of Starpoint Solutions paid $65. (Click to enlarge.) Then again, Barclays will be paying big-time when/if the Nets move to Brooklyn.

Just this week, the Nets offered 50% discounts to games last night and tonight to those holding tickets to Broadway theaters dimmed by the strike.


Posted by amy at November 17, 2007 9:33 AM