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Wild announces 2010-11 season ticket prices

Posted by: Michael Russo under Wild off-season news Updated: February 26, 2010 - 3:47 PM

The Wild issued a press release outlining the 2010-11 season ticket prices. Some prices increased, some decreased and some remain unchanged.

The team said the overall average increase for season ticket holders is 2.3 percent.

Here is the team's official release:

The National Hockey League’s Minnesota Wild today announced season ticket prices for the 2010-11 campaign will range from $21.00 to $88.00 and feature a re-scaling of the Xcel Energy Center (five price levels in the lower level) in which certain seats will decrease in price, some will remain unchanged and others will increase. Minnesota froze all season ticket prices for the 2009-10 season and the overall average increase for season ticket holders in 2010-11 is 2.3 percent.

The 2010-11 season will feature 43 home contests (three preseason and 40 regular season), one less than the 2009-10 season due to the team playing one regular season home game in Finland.
 
The team also announced season ticket pricing for the 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs will remain the same as the 2008 playoffs. Season ticket holders that renew their 2010-11 tickets by Friday, March 26 are eligible for the “Pay As We Play” Program and will only be charged for confirmed home playoff games, will receive food and beverage credits and can select a 10-month payment plan. Renewal information will be emailed and mailed to season ticket holders starting today [Friday]. 
 
The Wild has sold-out all 399 games played in club history, including 359 regular season contests, 27 preseason games and 13 playoff matches. Minnesota’s sellout streak is the longest current streak in the NHL.

 

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