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Thunder notebook: Fans with canceled select-a-seat appointments first in line

Modified: September 23, 2008 at 7:15 am •  Published: September 23, 2008
Eight-game mini plan season tickets are now on sale
The Oklahoma City Thunder is selling eight-game mini plan season tickets to fans who originally signed up for the team's ticket request list but had their select-a-seat appointments canceled due to the team selling out its allotment of season tickets.

Team officials said the demand for the mini packages by those fans will determine when or if the partial plans will be made available to the general public.

"It's not going out to the general public right now because we promised the people on the ticket request list who didn't buy season tickets either because they chose not to or because their appointments were cancelled,” said Thunder spokesman Dan Mahoney.

"And if they buy, then that gets them in line for season tickets for future seasons as they become available. They'd be the ones we go to first for upgrades.”

The Thunder is offering five partial plan options and limiting fans to four tickets. Mini plan prices are $10, $21, $31 or $51 per seat per game depending on seat location.

The "Weekend Pack” includes a Sunday, Nov. 2 game against Minnesota; New Orleans on Friday, Nov. 21; Toronto on Friday, Dec. 19; Houston on Friday, Jan. 9; Portland on Friday, Feb. 6; the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday, Feb. 24; Utah on Friday, March 20; and Charlotte on Friday, April 10.

The "Rivalry Pack” features games against Atlanta on Nov. 9; Cleveland on Dec. 21; Denver on Jan. 2; Utah on Jan. 14; Sacramento on Feb. 8; New Orleans on Feb. 17; San Antonio on March 16; and Portland on April 3.

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