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January 31, 2014 | By Bill Shaikin
Two days after announcing they had suspended sales of season tickets, the Dodgers said late Friday that they would put what they called "an extremely limited" number of additional season seats on sale Saturday. If all those seats are sold, the Dodgers would surpass their record of more than 31,000 season tickets, set last year. If the supply of newly available seats is exhausted, the Dodgers plan to establish a waiting list, said David Siegel, the team's vice president of ticket sales.
July 29, 1991 | From Associated Press
Mission accomplished, Tacoma Stars coach Keith Weller came down Sunday after five days atop a 30-foot-high platform in a shopping mall parking lot. Weller, 45, climbed aboard the 6-by-12-foot platform last Tuesday to draw attention to the Major Soccer League team's push to sell season tickets. Team owners imposed July 30 deadline to sell a total of 4,000 season tickets, or, they said, the Stars could go under.
Ethics reforms proposed by the mayor's special commission this week would force Los Angeles politicians to give up unofficial fringe benefits that money often cannot buy, such as choice season tickets to Lakers basketball games.
October 9, 1991
Dodger season ticket-holders who paid for playoff game tickets will either be issued refund checks or they can request that the club apply the money toward their 1992 season tickets, the Dodgers announced in a letter to season ticket-holders. In a letter sent in August, the club indicated that if the Dodgers did not qualify for the playoffs, money sent for playoff tickets would automatically be credited to season ticket-holders' 1992 accounts. A refund option was not offered.
March 25, 2013 | By Lance Pugmire
A month after the defending Stanley Cup champion Kings raised their ticket prices next season by an average of 5.8%, the Pacific Division-leading Ducks announced Monday their season tickets will rise by a 4.1% average. The Ducks worked to soften their news by noting that season tickets will start for as low as $13 per game and that the increase was the team's first since the 2010-11 season. “As we evaluate our pricing each season, we will continue to do everything possible to maintain reasonable pricing for our fans,” Tim Ryan, the team's executive vice president and chief operating offier, said in a statement.
June 25, 1995 | Associated Press
Upon hearing that the Raiders were returning to Oakland, their fans promptly asked: "How do I get tickets?" Within 18 hours of the announcement that the Raiders had signed a letter of intent to move back, more than 27,000 people had flooded phone lines providing information on how to purchase season tickets. Fans can call a toll-free number to get on the mailing list for season ticket applications or pick up an application at the Coliseum on Thursday.
March 3, 2012 | By Mike DiGiovanna
Tempe, Ariz. -- The Angels sold slightly more than 30,000 tickets, totaling over $1 million, on Saturday, the first day fans could purchase individual game tickets for the 2012 season. In addition, the April 6 season opener against the Kansas City Royals in Angel Stadium is close to being sold out. Fourteen new season tickets were sold, bringing to 22,346 the number of full-season equivalent tickets (season tickets plus mini-season plans) that have been sold since the end of the 2011 season.
January 31, 1997 | FRANK MESSINA
The city's new minor league baseball team will be known as the Mission Viejo Vigilantes, officials announced Thursday. The moniker was chosen by about 30 fans in a "name the team" contest that drew more than 700 entries, team officials said. "It's a relief not to have to answer the phones 'Mission Viejo Professional Baseball Team' anymore," said team President Pat Elster. "It's so nice to be able to say 'Vigilantes.'
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