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Will ticket price increase in 2010?

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  2. No

    15 vote(s)
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  1. Gainzo

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    With the probability of an uncapped season on the horizon do you think the Pats will raise ticket prices for 2010?

    I sit in Section 135. Below is what the ticket prices have looked like since Gillette opened.

    2002: $99
    2004/2005*: $125
    2008: $169

    *I can't remember what year the price increased.
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    #24 Jersey

    I am pretty sure they have already announced ticket prices wont be raised but I have been known to be wrong from time to time
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  4. Gainzo

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    That's good news I guess. I wouldn't mind a small increase every other year or so instead of a huge increase that the Pats have been doing.

    Its much easier to budget for an extra $200-$300 per year than it is for an extra $1000-$1200.

    I'm not sure if you know but season ticket holders have no idea when the team decides to make an increase in prices until the invoice arrives.
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    I would be suprised to see an increase in the next couple of years.

    Last offseason about 5% of the season ticket holders gave up their tickets.
    I got this from someone I work with who's daughter works in marketing for
    the Pats.

    I would not be suprised to see another 2%+ give up their seats this year.

    Sure the waiting list is deep, but you can be sure the day Brady & Belichick
    retire that list is going to dry up quick.

    I remember the mile long Celtics season ticket waiting list of the late 80's.
    When the big three retired, there was no more waiting list.

    Kraft is a smart business man.... He is not going to outprice the product
    so that people walk away.

    It will only take one 5-11 season to make season tickets available for
    anyone who wants to buy them.

    You can still get sellouts with season tickets available.
    Individual tickets available to fans is good for the fans, but I am
    sure it is not the prefered option of the suits at Patriot Place.
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    Didn't season ticket holders get a letter saying they aren't raising ticket prices? Or am I dreaming we got such a letter?
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