Wild Freeze Season Ticket Prices For Next Season

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Wild say they’re keeping their season ticket prices unchanged for next season.

It’s the third consecutive season the Wild have kept their season ticket prices the same.

The team says season ticket holders will begin receiving renewal notices for the 2012-2013 season. The notice includes a link to a website where season ticket holders can complete the transaction online.

Season ticket holders who renew for next season by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, March 23, will be eligible for the “Pay as we Play” program for postseason tickets. That program initiates charges only for confirmed home playoff games. They’ll also receive “Wild Bucks” food and beverage gift cards, based on their payment plan.

The Wild also announced season ticket prices for the 2012 Stanley Cup playoffs.

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  • zee the reporter

    I would not pay $5 for a ticket! zee having to report!

  • Dave

    Gee, That is so good of them not to raise it. How about they lower it so the average Joe can go. I don’t know too many people that can afford 100- 200 dollars per game for two people unless they can write it off thier taxes.

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