Wolves cut prices on season tickets
Minnesota will lower the price on 95 percent of season tickets for '09-10
Season-ticket buyers who lose their job will be offered a refund
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The Minnesota Timberwolves have a risk-free offer on season tickets for next season: Lose your job and you're off the hook.
The Wolves unveiled a new marketing plan Tuesday that's keenly aware of the struggling economy and their own dwindling fan base.
They're lowering prices on 95 percent of season tickets in Target Center. The team says the price drop is 44 percent in the upper tier and more than 11 percent in the lower tier.
The Wolves are also guaranteeing a refund of any unused season tickets to buyers who lose their job in 2009.
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