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Fever adjust ticket prices based on KNDU viewer feedback

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KENNEWICK, Wash. -- The Tri-Cities Fever continues to make adjustments to generate more ticket sales. Tuesday Fever owner and general manager Teri Carr announced new lower ticket prices for the upcoming 2014 season. Last month KNDU found out the Tri-Cities Fever was in danger of folding. So KNDU reached out to Carr and set up a live social media chat between the Tri-Cities community and Carr. This ignited conversation on what the community wants out of its live game experience. Recently the Fever announced it will return next season thanks to the input from the community.

A significant amount of the input was regarding ticket prices. Now the Fever have adjusted prices accordingly. The average ticket price will drop by 24 percent for all home games at the Toyota Center.

"To save our fans money the Fever changed the sections to reflect a discounted pricing structure. The "Red Zone" has been eliminated and those sections are now part of the "Heatwave" pricing structure. "Heatwave" has been split into Upper and Lower sections for pricing. The Fever even opened up 28 new premium "Ring of Fire" seats for fans to get as close to the action as possible," Carr said.

Here are the new season ticket prices and single-game ticket prices from the Fever.

Section                                    Season Ticket                                                 Single Game

Ring of Fire                              $224 (A) $210 (Y&S)                                      $34 (A) $32 (Y&S)

Midfield                                    $119 (A) $105 (Y&S)                                      $19 (A) $17 (Y&S)

Lower Heatwave                     $84 (A) $70 (Y&S)                                                $15 (A) $13 (Y&S)

Upper Heatwave                     $70 (A) $63 (Y&S)                                                $11 (A) $9 (Y&S)

(A)   = Adult            (Y&S) = Youth (3-17) and Senior (65+)            Under 3 is free for lap seating

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