Ticket Prices Increase 25% For 2006-2007 - Will You Pay?

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Will You Pay To Go See The Warriors With The New Increased 2006-2007 Prices?

33%
Y
5
67%
N
10

Total votes: 15

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» Mon Apr 03, 2006 2:32 pm
tkono wrote:
migya wrote:Getting a couple of hundred people to boycott and write to management complaining might be the way to go


If ppl. can come out to the All Star Game in Y2k and boo cohan, then they can do a petition to boycott his ticket price raises..

Tim


i was there that was greattt!!!1

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» Mon Apr 03, 2006 4:07 pm
CouldItBTheChad wrote:
tkono wrote:
migya wrote:Getting a couple of hundred people to boycott and write to management complaining might be the way to go


If ppl. can come out to the All Star Game in Y2k and boo cohan, then they can do a petition to boycott his ticket price raises..

Tim


i was there that was greattt!!!1


I was watching the Y2K allstar game and the boos were music to my ears. At least it told Cohan how the fans felt about the current front office at the time.

Tim
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» Tue Apr 04, 2006 2:59 am
tkono wrote:
I was watching the Y2K allstar game and the boos were music to my ears. At least it told Cohan how the fans felt about the current front office at the time.

Tim


Yep, I watched it on TV and felt the same at the time. But it doesn't seem to have changed anything... well, at least, we're expending more money on players...
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» Tue Apr 04, 2006 3:00 pm
#32 wrote:
Adonal's The Man! wrote:Why the hell raise prices when this year was the most disappointing year for Warriors fans! What the f-ck is wrong with our organization!?

They do it because they know we'll pay it. We barely missed the playoffs this year; next year we're pretty much sure to make it (assuming we trade Murphy over the summer for a decent 3 or 5). Cohan and company knows that people will come see the Warriors play no matter what.

We were "pretty much sure" to make the playoffs this year...
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» Tue Apr 04, 2006 3:33 pm
The point remains. Fans will pay to be apart of the season that we make the playoffs. If we get a playoff spot, fans in the Bay will flock to the Arena and sell the damn thing out. And we're at the door right now. Cohan knows that, so he can jack up the prices all he wants. People will still pay.

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» Tue Apr 04, 2006 6:58 pm
What does everybody expect?

The Warriors management has to pay for the contracts Mullin signed.

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