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December 26, 2008

Via Ticketmaster, Nets tickets are free (with service charge)

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Well, if attendance in the NBA is about tickets distributed, then gate count is about getting fans in the seats to buy concessions, not what they paid to get there, right?

So the Nets are giving tickets away. An announcement on Ticketmaster:
As part of the Nets Tickets on Us Program, you are receiving this one time, complimentary* ticket offer to see the Nets take on some of the NBA's best at the IZOD Center. Simply select one of the home games listed below and you can receive up to two tickets to the game. It's about taking a break and enjoying a night out, courtesy of the Nets.

Valid on tickets regularly priced at: $110, $80, $76, $40, $20, and $15.


Posted by eric at December 26, 2008 7:45 AM