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Wild Announces Season Ticket Price Freeze

by Staff Writer / Minnesota Wild

The Minnesota Wild has announced that all season ticket prices for the 2011-12 campaign will remain frozen at 2010-11 levels. Season ticket holders will pay the same price per game for their seats next season as they have for the 2010-11 season.

Season ticket holders that renew their 2011-12 tickets by the early renewal deadline of Friday, April 1 at 11:59 p.m. will be eligible for the “Pay as we Play” Program and will only be charged for confirmed home playoff games and will receive “Wild Bucks” food and beverage gift cards ranging in value from $25 to $150 per seat on their account, based on the payment plan selected.

Renewal information will be emailed and mailed to season ticket holders starting today and can also be found by clicking on the My Wild Account link in the Tickets section of The 2011-12 season will feature 44 home contests (three preseason and 41 regular season), one more than the 2010-11 campaign as a result of the Wild playing one regular season home game in Finland this season.

2011-12 Minnesota Wild Season Ticket Prices

RBC Wealth Management Club Level
Sides $95
Ends $85
Lower Level
Sides $88
Double Attack Corners $75
Single Attack Corners $71
Double Attack Ends $69
Single Attack Ends $65
Upper Level
Sides $43
Ends $21

The team also announced season ticket pricing for the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Season ticket prices for the Stanley Cup Playoffs will range from $24 to $98 in the first round, $29 to $123 in the second round, $35 to $145 in the third round and $44 to $183 in the Stanley Cup Finals.

More information on single-game playoff tickets will be announced in early April. A limited number of playoff tickets will be sold to the general public for each playoff game. Single-game ticket prices for the 2011-12 season will be announced at a later date. For more information on becoming a Wild season ticket holder please call 651-222-WILD (9453).
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