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Wild season ticket prices to go up an average of 4.5 percent

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Winning isn't cheap. Just ask Wild owner Craig Leipold, who doled out $196 million to sign Zach Parise and Ryan Suter last summer.

Next season, the fans will have to fork over a little more money to watch the Wild.

The Wild is raising season ticket prices for the 2013-14 season by an average of 4.5 percent, according to the Star Tribune.

Chief operating officer Matt Majka said that sometimes a "price increase" comes with an "improved product."

The Wild provided a list of prices for specific seating.

RBC Wealth Management Club Level
Sides: $90
Ends: $80

Lower Level
Sides: $92
Double Attack Corners: $78
Single Attack Corners: $73
Double Attack Ends: $72
Single Attack Ends: $67

Upper Level
Sides: $45
Ends: $23

Prices for single game tickets will be released later this summer.

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