What they're saying: About ticket prices

Published: August 17, 2008
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•"(Prices) seem about right. I did a little checking beforehand, and the prices are pretty in line with Charlotte and Memphis. Hopefully, we can blow the roof off the place in selling season tickets. Sharing tickets is a pretty good option, too.”

— Carson Smith, 31, Oklahoma City

•"If the NBA is driving the price, I guess that didn't apply to when the Hornets were here? Or maybe this is the way they stick it to the FANS now that Oklahoma has a team. Ifgames are not sold out, the NBA or other organizations can blame it on the fans. Yes, the addition of lower cost tickets in comparison to NBA requirements is great. But the fact is if the price doubled then the price doubled.”

William Butler, 37, Edmond.

•"The prices are pretty much in alignment with other NBA teams, but the NBA is nowhere as good, as entertaining, or as fulfilling as OU football.”

— Lawrence Wise, Guthrie

•"The prices will put a smile on the face of any NBA fan who hasn't hit the lottery lately. They're very reasonable, very affordable. I'm really excited about the new NBA team in Oklahoma City and can't wait to see them play.”

— Matt Roush, 27, Oklahoma City

•"It isn't cheap to attend most any major league sporting event. Been to a Texas Rangers game lately? Wow. Everyone should've known coming in that, for most of us, this will be a luxury we either can or cannot afford. I have no doubt every home game will sell out. Go Thunder.”

— Christy Dingle



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