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March 3, 2009

Nets ticket prices won't go down next year, except when they do

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Sports Business Journal reports that the New Jersey Nets are among at least 19 teams (out of 30) that are expected not to raise season-ticket prices next year.

Of course, there's still a lot of flexibility regarding tickets sold on a per-game basis. Some are free or nearly so; at other times, as the advertisement below indicates, discounts are keyed to perceived popularity of the opponent.

Even in games against the (defending champion) Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers, the teams with the second- and third-best records in the league, discounts are 20-25%.


NoLandGrab: NJ Nets ticket promotion idea — receive a pair of Nets tickets with your next purchase of a gallon of milk!

Posted by lumi at March 3, 2009 4:16 AM