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I received my invoice for Phillies season tickets today. I was pleasantly surprised to see that the prices for tickets did not increase. I suppose the idea for the franchise is to increase the number of season ticket holders as opposed to raising the prices for the Phillies faithful.
In a perfect world the team could sell an additional 10,000 seats this season which would be an increase of $20 million considering the average seat is about $2,000 for the season. If the Phillies raised their payroll by $20 million, they would again win the division and could raise ticket prices modestly next season and really turn a profit. Not to mention that 10,000 more fans means more concessions equaling more profits. Playoff tickets and playoff revenue shares are pure profit as well. It makes sense to me! What do you think Mr. Montgomery?