'"We're going to do what we announced a year ago. We're reducing season ticket prices on average by thirty percent," said Sabres Managing Partner Larry Quinn. When the team announced new ticket prices in July, 2004, they were the lowest in the league. "We're going to have variable pricing, so there are going to be games that are going to be priced for families. There will be seats that'll be ten to fifteen dollars. There will be seats downstairs, the best seat in the house will be 49 dollars for some of those games," said Quinn.'
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