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By PFW staff

As disputes over a new Collective Bargaining Agreement continue, one NFL team has announced that it will cut ticket prices for next season.

The Cardinals will lower ticket prices on 3,700 seats at University of Phoenix Stadium next year. Of that group, 2,300 will drop from $40 to $25.

The Cards have sold out every game since moving to the stadium in 2006.

The way we see it

After finishing with a 5-11 record last season, and having no true starting quarterback at the moment, the team's sellout streak could be in jeopardy. The lower ticket prices should attract more fans.

 

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