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Celtics will keep season ticket prices flat

Posted by Gary Dzen, Boston.com Staff  February 5, 2009 03:20 PM

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The Celtics announced today that they will not increase season ticket holder loge and balcony ticket prices for the 2009-10 season, despite selling out 85 consecutive home games.

“We are extremely lucky to have such a loyal and passionate season ticket holder base and we want them to know how much we truly appreciate their support. While we have continued to invest in a championship caliber team, we recognize the economic climate has changed and we want to make it easier for our fans to continue to cheer for the Celtics at the Garden next season,” Celtics team president Rich Gotham said in a statement.

Along with keeping prices flat, the team will introduce a first of its kind 12-month interest-free payment plan option, allowing season ticket holders to spread both their 2009 Playoffs and 2009-10 season ticket payments over the next year.

Celtics season ticket holders can expect to receive their 2009 Playoff and 2009-10 Renewal information in the mail during the week of February 22.

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