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Penguins season ticket prices to remain the same

Tribune-Review
| Tuesday, May 14, 2002 12:00 a.m

The Penguins announced they will not raise season ticket prices for the 2002-03 season.

Prices of the youth, family and student ticket programs also will remain the same. Current ticket holders will receive a mailing this week informing them that there will not be an increase.

Prices range from $17 to $68 each depending on seat location. Full and partial season ticket options are available. The special ticket programs will continue without any increase, including the UPMC/Mario Lemieux Family Program and the Student Rush Program.

Gate prices for individual game tickets will be raised. Those costs will be announced in early September. For information: (412) 642-7367 or toll free at (800) 642-7367.

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