Suns announce season ticket prices for 2011-12

Jan 19, 2011, 1:26 AM | Updated: 1:27 am

PHOENIX – The Phoenix Suns announced today that there will be no increase in prices for Suns season ticket plans for the 2011-12 season.

Season ticket prices are reduced for over 35% of the seats at US Airways Center; the prices in these select sections are in effect for those who renew by February 17.

The plans come with a host of benefits including free parking, flexible payment plans and additional rewards. This is the third consecutive year of no season ticket price increases.

The season ticket renewal campaign will tip-off this week. The club will email renewal information to all season ticket holders. In addition, all season ticket holders will receive an exclusive collectible Phoenix Suns legacy poster.

New this year, season ticket holders who renew online by February 17 will automatically take home $100 in Gorilla Bucks to use at US Airways Center for food or merchandise.

The Suns and Sports 620 KTAR will team up for a second year to host the SixthMan $10,000 Renewal Challenge. Beginning January 30 through February 17, at each of the seven Suns’ home games, three renewed season ticket holders will be selected to compete in an on-court competition in which one of them is guaranteed to win $10,000.

In addition, when Suns fans renew they will get a choice of one of five gift cards from Southwest Airlines, Fry’s Food Stores, MidFirst Bank, Verizon Wireless or the Phoenix Suns. Fans who pay in full by February 17 will also receive free parking for all Suns home games next season.

Other benefits of being a Suns season ticket holder include deals and discounts with Suns marketing partners, $500 off Suns party suites and a designated personal SixthMan experience specialist to work with throughout the year.

Payment plan options are available and an extended seven-month plan has been introduced for fans’ convenience this season.

Ticket prices have been lowered on 6,900 seats, representing over 35% of the seats in US Airways Center, and include seats in the upper, lower and club level seating. The Suns remain at the league average in ticket pricing in nearly all seat locations with the average ticket price at $70.50 (excluding floor seats and loge boxes).

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