Close to 17,000 "new" season tickets purchased.

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My take, a bunch of long time ticket holders cancelled due to huge price hikes. This made huge number of "new" season tickets available for the first time in ages. These "new " tickets were sold at a big premium to the old season tickets. Great so far. Now the true test is if these new holders hang in thru thick and thin like 6 5 4 and 3 generation people did. Big gamble by UTAD.
 
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My take, a bunch of long time ticket holders cancelled due to huge price hikes. This made huge number of "new" season tickets available for the first time in ages. These "new " tickets were sold at a big premium to the old season tickets. Great so far. Now the true test is if these new holders hang in thru thick and thin like 6 5 4 and 3 generation people did. Big gamble by UTAD.
Nailed it I think ^
 
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My take, a bunch of long time ticket holders cancelled due to huge price hikes. This made huge number of "new" season tickets available for the first time in ages. These "new " tickets were sold at a big premium to the old season tickets. Great so far. Now the true test is if these new holders hang in thru thick and thin like 6 5 4 and 3 generation people did. Big gamble by UTAD.
Gotta love how a new season ticket plan that drops prices for about half of the ticket holders, offers a $300 all in season ticket and makes everyone in the same section pay the same price results in great response but yet is an evil plot against the true fanbase.
 

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