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Texas Rangers raise single-game ticket prices


ARLINGTON (AP) — The Texas Rangers are raising single-game ticket prices again after failing to win a playoff game, losing slugger Josh Hamilton in free agency and trading longtime fan favorite Michael Young.

Most of the increases were $1 to $4 per ticket. The team also designated 36 of its 81 home games as more expensive premier games, up from 26 a year ago.

Individual ticket prices were announced Tuesday.

The team also will do dynamic pricing for adult tickets in the upper reserved section that are $19 for non-premier games and $22 for premier games. That accounts for nearly 20 percent of the seats at Rangers Ballpark.

Based on market demand and factors such pitching matchups and weather, the team could adjust prices higher or lower for certain games.

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