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Single-game tickets

New offers for Women’s Worlds in Kamloops

Published 26.02.2016 01:18 GMT-8 | Author Hockey Canada
Single-game tickets
Canada and the United States will go head to head on the opening day of the 2016 IIHF Ice Hockey Women's World Championship. Photo: Francois Laplante / HHOF-IIHF Images
Single-game tickets for the 2016 IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship in Kamloops, Canada, will be available soon.

The roster announcement on Monday will come on the heels of a significant weekend for local organizers of the Women’s World Championship. Beginning on Saturday, 27 February, all pre-purchased ticket packages will be available for pick-up at the Sandman Centre Box Office from 3 p.m. – 7 p.m. during a special ticket pick-up event featuring food and ticket deals to that evening’s Kamloops Blazers’ game for Women’s World Championship ticket-holders.

On Sunday, single-game tickets for the Women’s World Championship go on sale at the Sandman Centre exclusively in advance of being available to the general public. Single-game tickets can be purchased starting at $17 each for games held at McArthur Island Sport & Event Centre, and $30 for games at the Sandman Centre. Beginning Monday, Feb. 29, fans will also be able to purchase them online.

“The support in Kamloops and across the region has been very much what we expected – fantastic, to say the least,” said Dean McIntosh, senior director of events and properties, Hockey Canada. “We expect to see the demand for our tournament packages and our Team Canada packages increase with the team rosters being unveiled over the next few weeks, and with the launch of single-game tickets, I wouldn’t be surprised to see some of the games reach capacity very quickly. This is a great event, and the calibre of play fans will experience will be second-to-none.”

The Team Canada ticket package includes all three Team Canada preliminary round games, two semi-finals, as well as the bronze- and gold-medal games, and can be purchased for as low as $265; full-tournament packages and Sandman Centre packages (12 games for $325) are all still available for purchase online while quantities last.

Eight teams will compete in the annual event, with Canada, Finland, Russia, and the United States forming Group A, and the Czech Republic, Japan, Sweden, and Switzerland making up Group B. The full tournament schedule was released in September.

Canada’s National Women’s Team will open up its Women’s World Championship with a game against its U.S. rivals during prime time on 28 March, and is also set to face Russia on 29 March, and Finland on 31 March in preliminary-round play. The semi-finals are set for 3 April, and both the bronze- and gold-medal games will be hosted on 4 April at the Sandman Centre.


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