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The way I saw it was....$32 x 12 months = $384 Total.......$384 / 17 home games = $22.5 per game, same as this year. Am i missing something?

Yeah but add the $16 S/H and its $400. 2018 $400/17= 23.60 per regular season game.

                                                                         $346/17= 20.35 per regular season game.

                                                                Total Increase:   3.25 per regular season game increase in 2018                                       3.25/20.35= 15.97% Increase per game in 2018



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Yeah but add the $16 S/H and its $400. 2018 $400/17= 23.60 per regular season game.

                                                                         $346/17= 20.35 per regular season game.

                                                                Total Increase:   3.25 per regular season game increase in 2018                                       3.25/20.35= 15.97% Increase per game in 2018

Ah, got it. For some reason I thought the tickets were closer to $22 per game this year, not $20.35. 



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Did anyone get one of those STH surveys a few weeks back? One of the few question was something along the lines of "what is your #1 priority for renewing next year?". I listed "no new price increases" as my #1 priority.  I guess I was alone in that sentiment  :(



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Did anyone get one of those STH surveys a few weeks back? One of the few question was something along the lines of "what is your #1 priority for renewing next year?". I listed "no new price increases" as my #1 priority.  I guess I was alone in that sentiment  :(

 That was my #1 priority also. I think I may have even wrote it in the comments too lol



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$32 x 12 months = $384 Total.......$384 / 17 home games = $22.5 per game, same as this year. Am i missing something?


Nope. Called my ticket rep, & that's the deal. About $22 per game.

We are good enough to beat the best teams, and bad enough to lose to the worst teams. 


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add the $16 S/H and its $400. 2018 $400/17= 23.60 per regular season game.
                                                         $346/17= 20.35 per regular season game.
                                Total Increase:  3.25 per regular season game increase in 2018                                       3.25/20.35= 15.97% Increase per game in 2018


Did last year's $346 include the $16 processing fee?
Still not a bad price, and we normally get a couple of other games for free.

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Did last year's $346 include the $16 processing fee?
Still not a bad price, and we normally get a couple of other games for free.

Yes it was $330 + fee


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Don't understand why prices are going up when the team isn't spending money (and never will again as long as the soda people own us) and you can get tickets to about 85% of games for <$10 on secondary markets? And while there is some demand for tickets in the SW it's not like there's a waiting list to get them or anything. But on the positive I like that they are offering a 12 month plan because that makes things easier for people like me who are on a budget.
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Ticket prices are going up because Red Bull needs money to pay those big salaries in Leipzig. At least, that's my theory.
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21 per game or 21 per month?  The 32 bucks for next year I'm guessing is per month.

Yep. I read it wrong. Thought it was per game not per month.



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The increase is to cover the large transfer fee we paid for a difference this window...



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The increase is because we have gradually increased attendance the past few years, and because the team is a JD Power © top entertainment venue now

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Raising every ticket by $50 seems pretty crazy considering the attendance this year. Guess they paid for Ali Curtis's pants on credit? 



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Prices are going up because they know most STHs will pay it, independent of their ability to sell single game tickets. Our loyalty gets punished.

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Don't understand why prices are going up when the team isn't spending money (and never will again as long as the soda people own us) and you can get tickets to about 85% of games for <$10 on secondary markets? And while there is some demand for tickets in the SW it's not like there's a waiting list to get them or anything. But on the positive I like that they are offering a 12 month plan because that makes things easier for people like me who are on a budget.


Nuts right? I gave up getting ST when we started appeeaeingnear the bottom of the league for total salary spending (my firsr yeae since 2009 without them) If theyre going to cut costs then so am i.

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