Knicks, Rangers Season Tickets to Rise

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March 6 (Bloomberg) -- The New York Knicks and Rangers are raising season-ticket prices for 2012-13 as the team’s parent company, Madison Square Garden Co., embarks on the second phase of a three-part arena transformation. Season tickets for the National Basketball Association's Knicks will rise 4.9 percent on average. Tickets for the National Hockey League’s Rangers will increase an average of 9.5 percent, the teams said today in a statement. Scott Soshnick reports on Bloomberg Television's "InBusiness With Margaret Brennan." (Source: Bloomberg)

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