Suns won't raise season-ticket prices for 2010-11

PHOENIX (AP) — The Phoenix Suns say they won't increase season-ticket prices next year for the second consecutive season. The team also plans to reduce prices in selected sections for 2010-11.

The club began mailing complete renewal information to season ticket holders Wednesday. Team officials say season ticket prices have been lowered on 4,500 seats, representing more than 25 percent of the seats in US Airways Center.

The Suns say they remain at the NBA average in ticket pricing in nearly all seat locations. Their average ticket price is at $71.65 excluding floor seats and loge boxes.