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Apr 24, 2012

Dynamic pricing is new trend in ticket sales

By Tim De Chant

Doug Williams, writing for ESPN:

The seat in Section U of the Skyline Deck at Target Field is high above the left-field line and provides a panoramic view of the Minneapolis skyline.

From Seat 1 in Row 5, a Twins fan can watch Joe Mauer rip line drives on the diamond below or gaze into the distance at the downtown highrises.

What’s the price to sit there?

That’s where it gets complicated.

Via professor of management and strategy Thomas Hubbard.

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