‘Quinn did not believe it was fair that a season-ticket holder might be seated next to someone who paid a third of the price for a ticket because of promotions. “We felt that was like the airlines do: the most valued business customer pays the most and the guy who plans a long weekend six months in advance gets the big discount,” he said. “To me, that was counter-productive.”‘
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