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Brewers Plan Family Sections, Increase Prices

November 01, 1987|Associated Press

MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Brewers have announced 1988 ticket price increases, along with a plan for non-alcoholic family sections at County Stadium.

That move marked the first time the American League team has offered an alcohol-free seating section.

A minimum of 2,875 seats will be reserved for family seating. They will be available for all games in lower and upper box, lower and upper grandstand and bleacher areas, the team said.

The price increase was the third in the past eight years, Dick Hackett, vice president of marketing, announced.

Upper grandstand, with a new price of $6.50, general admission at $6.50 and bleacher seats at $4, went up 50 cents. Deluxe mezzanine, with a new price of $11, mezzanine at $10.50, box at $10 and lower grandstand at a new price of $9 were increased $1.

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