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Wild won't raise season ticket prices

The Minnesota Wild announced Thursday that season ticket prices for the 2012-13 season will not be raised. Season ticket plans will cost the same as they have the past two seasons. If the Wild makes the playoffs this season, season ticket-holders can buy first round tickets for regular season prices.
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The Minnesota Wild announced Thursday that season ticket prices for the 2012-13 season will not be raised. Season ticket plans will cost the same as they have the past two seasons. If the Wild makes the playoffs this season, season ticket-holders can buy first round tickets for regular season prices.

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