The no-risk Wolves

The NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves want to sell more season tickets, but the faltering economy makes that something of a crapshoot.

The Wolves respond by cutting the crap:

We realize that the future can be uncertain and financial decisions are more difficult during unstable economic times. The Minnesota Timberwolves No-Risk Pledge is a protection plan extended to our full Season Ticket Holders wherein should an involuntary loss of employment occur in 2009, a refund will be issued for all games that have not yet been played.

What’s more, they’ve cut prices on most seats: nosebleed-area seats will be available around the $5 level — $215 for the 41-game season — and most other areas in the Target Center will see at least some reduction.

(Via Henry Abbott.)





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