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Half-price deal for Spokane Symphony

The Spokane Symphony announced a surprise subscription deal: Half-price subscriptions for new subscribers.

Or even former subscribers, as long as they were not subscribers for the 2010-11 season.

This offer, which expires on Labor Day, means that new subscribers can get the entire 10-concert Classics season for $110 to $160 per seat.

Yeah, that's a ridiculous bargain.

It also works for the SuperPops and Casual Classics series. Here's the info from the symphony's own release:

The introductory price for the 10-concert Classics season package now range from $110 to $160. Classics concert are performed on Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon.  The introductory price for the six-concert SuperPops package now range from $148.50 to $99. SuperPops concerts are on Saturday night.  The three-concert Casual Classics package ranges from $27 to $42. Casual Classics concerts are performed on Friday night.

Why is the symphony doing this? “To reach new season ticket holders and bring past past season ticket holders,” said the press release.

 

To get this deal call the symphony box office at (509) 624-1200. For more details on the season, go to the symphony website.

 


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