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Ticket Prices: Will the Cubs follow suit?

Interesting story regarding the first ticket price non-increase in 14 years for the BoSox.  The interesting thing to note is that they have a legitimate case for raising prices (ie: making playoffs again..etc) but claim to want to give the fans a break.

I take the last line to mean, "demand might take a hit at these prices", and if the Red Sox aren't immune, one would argue even the Cubs with their fast sell-out of the Cubs Convention might have to follow suit, or raise the prices at a much smaller margin than the past few years.

 

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2008/baseball/mlb/11/12/redsox.tickets.ap/index.html

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