October 31, 2007 Alfred Branch Jr.
Some fans at Quicken Loans Arena for the Oct. 31 season opener between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Dallas Mavericks tomorrow night got slight bargains when they bought their seats, according to Cleveland.com.
The Cavaliers acknowledge having sold tickets at $25 and $35 that were supposed to be marked with the $40 or $50 price the team is charging for its “premium” games this season.
Cavaliers spokesman Tad Carper said there 200-300 seats that originally were reserved for season ticket plans and group sales that were made available to the general public for tonight’s game. Less than 100 of those seats were sold at $25 and $35 instead of the premium price of $40 or $50, Carper said.