After finishing with the NBA’s worst regular season winning percentage ever, the Charlotte Bobcats have their work cut out to win back fans. The team’s staff is already hard at work to ensure fans attend Bobcats’ games next season — even if they have to ‘give away’ tickets. Business Insider reports on the creative, borderline desperate strategies the team is taking to win back fans:
The 2011-12 Charlotte Bobcats were the worst team in the history of the NBA, and last night they missed out on the chance to draft Anthony Davis and generate some excitement for the new season.
In a last-ditch attempt to get fans in the seats, the Bobcats are now rolling out a ridiculously cheap season-ticket deal.
Fans in Charlotte can buy a season ticket for the 2012-13 season — seats are available for as low as $537.50 — and get a season ticket for the 2013-14 season absolutely free.
That’s 82 games. For $537.50, or six dollars and 55 cents a game.
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