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Dark Clouds Season Ticket Prices to Jump 28% for MLS

by on 21 September 2016

On Tuesday, members of the Dark Clouds (and some from True North Elite) gathered at the Summit Beer Hall for a Mid-Season Assembly to discuss plans for the rest of the 2016 season and look ahead to 2017. At the event, Minnesota United’s Director of Ticket Sales, Sean Sittnick, announced a 28% increase in ticket prices for supporters.

Sittnick unveiled the new price for the Dark Clouds’ section tickets of $360 for 18 matches (this price includes the Dark Clouds membership). Previously, Dark Clouds paid around $15.63 per match (both numbers are “early bird” prices). This pricing comes ahead of the complete stadium pricing announcement expected in early October and is currently projected as the second cheapest priced section in the stadium.

The new supporters section (including both Dark Clouds and True North Elite) at TCF Bank Stadium will be located in the lower bowl of the East end line, in what is normally the student section.

Further details, including tailgating, transit, capacity, and pricing for other sections, are still being ironed out and will be announced at a later date.

Photo via www.gophersports.com

Photo via www.gophersports.com

Dark Clouds president Jim Oliver discussed opportunities to get involved with gameday operations, tifo creation, and Silver Lining opportunities (the group’s charity events). DC board member Abe Opoti stressed that these opportunities are open to all supporters of the Loons, especially as the groups move towards standing together at TCF Bank Stadium.

Upcoming Dark Clouds’ events discussed include:

For more details on these events or how to get involved, visit www.dark-clouds.com.

Update: the original version of this story mistakenly indicated that the new season ticket prices would be the second cheapest in the league. This has been corrected.

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  • David Zeller

    As Wes pointed out on twitter, if you take the Dethloon to the games, this actually represents a decrease in the expenditure/match

  • Jim Oliver

    How much of this increase can we think of as going to get D1 referee assignments?