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Press Release: HURRICANES INTRODUCE TICKET PRICES FOR NEXT SEASON

by Staff Writer / Carolina Hurricanes

POPULAR MINI-PLANS INCREASED TO 9, 18 AND 24 GAMES

RALEIGH, N.C. (March 25, 2002) – Jim Cain, President and Chief Operating Officer of the Carolina Hurricanes, today announced ticket prices, partial plans and payment options for the 2002-2003 National Hockey League season.

The 2002-03 pricing retains the least expensive seating option at $12, with prices ranging overall from $12 for the Upper Goal Zone seats to $99 for the VIP Ledge. In all, there are 11 different price categories for fans to purchase seats for the 2002-2003 regular season. All but the Upper Goal Zone seats are available as season tickets.

“We believe that we provide great value for our fans,” Cain said. “To sustain our momentum and better position ourselves for the future, we must adjust ticket prices for next season. Even though some prices will be higher next season, we will still be well below the league average. We will continue to provide great flexibility and lots of pricing and payment options for our fans. Our popular mini-plans are back, and we will continue to have attractive payment plans for those who need to spread their investment out over time.”

Season tickets can be purchased at a reduced rate from the individual game night tickets starting with a $50 non-refundable deposit. Upper Corner seats go for $17 as a season ticket, while Club Ledge seats can be purchased for $95. Season ticket holders receive added benefits like a ticket exchange program for missed games, invitation to the annual Season Ticket Holder/Meet the Team party, and the opportunity to purchase premier parking passes.

A season ticket for the Hurricanes next season will include 41 regular season home games, plus three preseason games.

For 2002-03, fans can purchase 9-, 18- or 24-game mini-plans starting with a $50 non-refundable deposit. Opening night is included in a 24-game plan, as well as a premium parking option. The Hurricanes will also continue their 0% interest payment program for anyone wishing to purchase any plan.

While the Hurricanes introduced the new prices to the public today, an announcement will be forthcoming on when playoff tickets will be going on sale.

For a building manifest and table which detail the new pricing for the Entertainment and Sports Arena for the 2002-03 regular season, click here.

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