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Orlando Magic caps season ticket sales at 13,000

In order to provide access to as many fans as possible, the Orlando Magic will cap season ticket sales for the upcoming season at 13,000. The National Basketball Association (NBA) team says fewer than 300 season tickets remain to reach the 13,000 threshold.

The Magic did not raise season ticket prices from last season and have sold more than 4,700 new season tickets for the coming season. Season ticket holders are given first priority on play-off tickets, while also reserving a spot in the new Amway Center, which will open for the 2010/11 season.

There are also four separate 11-game partial plans still available to choose from while ticket inventory lasts. Half-season and group opportunities also remain.

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