ST. PAUL (AP) -- The Minnesota Wild on Friday announced a 3 percent increase in season-ticket prices for next season, though some prices will remain the same.
Ticket prices remained the same in the St. Paul Club level ($2,665 to $3,075 for one ticket to each of the 41 home games) and the upper level ($410 to $1,107) but increased in the lower level by $102.50. In 2001-02, lower-level tickets ranged from $1,865.50 to $2,685.50 ($45.50 to $65.50 per game) but will cost between $1,968 and $2,788 ($48 to $68 per game) in 2002-03. The average season-ticket price for the Wild next season will be $1,917.16 ($46.76 per game), which is below the 2001-02 NHL average ticket price of $1,933.56 ($47.16 per game).
Single-game prices 2002-03 will be announced later.
The Wild have sold out every regular season game in team history and have 16,000 season ticket holders with 3,000 on a waiting list.
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