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Red Wings shouldn't have raised ticket prices

The Red Wings raised ticket prices! This is a slap in the face to a struggling Michigan economy.

They win the Cup think they can do anything. The maximum price for a regular season ticket is $150, up from $85 last year.

They are also charging more money for preferred games like the home opener and when Pittsburgh and Montreal come to town.

I used to be able to afford good seats, but now I'm stuck in the upper deck.

Thanks Wings for slapping people in the face. I still love them and I'll go to some games, but this makes me mad.

Chris Hoeft, Tecumseh, Mich.


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