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Kings Loyalty To Their Fans

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"The Kings stuck by the fans who stuck by them. As the team improved, the prices rose. But for the people who bought season tickets while the team was rock-bottom, the prices stayed rock-bottom. The "Die Hard" seats in the 300 level cost only $12 per game during the regular season – and topped out at $30 for the final."

This is a great example of how a team remains loyal to their fans. It would be great if the Sharks could take a lesson from this, but instead they keep on raising ticket prices, even for their longtime season ticket holders. Their latest increase, for attack-side seats have already been discussed in another post, however, this excerpt seemed especially poignant to me.


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