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Rangers Season Tix to Increase 13%; No PSLs (Updated)

Update, 1:02 p.m.:
Steve Zipay at Blue Notes posts a press release sent from MSG stating Rangers season tickets are going up an average of 23%, not the 13% Rovell reports below.

…and the hits keep coming.

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MSG: Increase on Knicks/Rangers season tickets w/o all you can eat plans is 28% and 13%, respectivelyless than a minute ago via Echofon

Rovell adds that there will be no PSLs.

….in a seperate tweet Rovell says the increase is due to the MSG renovations.

…and the pricing out of real Rangers fans continues.

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