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Tuesday, November 28, 2017

PATS ANNOUNCE MORE HOMECOMING WEEKEND PLANS

Regina, Saskatchewan – Queen City Sports and Entertainment Group (QCSEG), in conjunction with the Regina Pats Hockey Club, is pleased to announce five former NHL Stars who will be in Regina for Homecoming Weekend as well as their ticket structure for the event.

Clark Gillies, Grant Fuhr, Mike Keane, Wendel Clark and Brian Skrudland will all be in attendance for the All-Star Celebrity Classic on February 17 at Mosaic Stadium.

The organization is also pleased to announce the ticketing structure for the entire weekend, now that tickets are on sale to the general public, (see below). With over 10,000 of the 33,000 ticket packages already gone, the Pats are anticipating continued strong demand and are urging fans to act quickly to avoid disappointment. Packages for the weekend event start at $75.00 and include both outdoor games, the Waskimo Winter Festival and Rogers Hometown Hockey. As a bonus, fans who purchase Homecoming Weekend ticket packages will also receive priority status to purchase tickets for the open-air concert that will be part of the upcoming 2018 Mastercard Memorial Cup opening ceremonies, an announcement is expected on December 4. Hockey fans planning to attend this historic weekend can purchase their ticket packages online at www.reginapats.com/outdoortickets

Payment plans are available for weekend packages, with just over two months remaining until the once in a lifetime event, fans can place a 25% deposit and then make two payments after that. For example a silver ticket would mean a deposit of $49.68 and then two easy payments of $74.52.

“The early response from season ticket holders and the corporate community for this once-in-a-lifetime event has been outstanding,” says Shaun Semple, President and CEO of the Brandt Group of Companies and co-owner of Queen City Sports & Entertainment Group. “Now, with Christmas around the corner and tickets going fast, we wanted to ensure that hockey fans will have plenty of time to make Homecoming ticket packages their gift of choice this year.”

The Regina Pats Homecoming Weekend will feature two outdoor hockey games at the new Mosaic Stadium. Saturday night will see up to 50 former NHL greats, including 14 Hall of Famers lace up their skates in the All-Star Celebrity Classic. Sunday will feature one of the WHL’s top rivalries as the Regina Pats take on the Moose Jaw Warriors in the Outdoor Classic. QCSEG is also pleased to bring in the Waskimo Winter Festival and Rogers Hometown Hockey.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

If tickets were selling like hot cakes, they wouldn't have reduced the ticket prices, which are still exorbitant.

Anonymous said...

It's always been $75 there bud, so much negativity surrounding this event. If you don't like it then don't go and shut up already.

Anonymous said...

wow, they are so right-priced that you can even pay for them with a payment plan -- a deposit followed by 2 "easy" payments..

Anonymous said...

Let me check my budget, Rider Season Ticket Early Bird Renewal before Xmas. "Valued Season ticket" pricing before November 30 for outdoor game. Major Concert preferred seating if I buy Outdoor Game tickets, I'm sure they'll have a deadline before Christmas for the preferred seating. Going to be one hell of a Christmas this year!

Anonymous said...

Some people pay more for Nickelback tickets. Just sayin.

Anonymous said...

Don’t forget the Pats playoff tix...MemorialCup tix...you notice they haven’t said the price of MC tix yet...that will be another payment plan....only tix for out door game that are $75.00 are end zone standing room...take your binocs

william weppler said...

For any outdoor hockey game you are likely better off with binocs so you're not really bringing any news to the table Anon.
Also I believe that the CHL and NOT the Host Committee set the price for the Memorial Cup because it is a CHL Event not a WHL or Host City Event. So all this talk about the Pats org "gouging" the fans best not refer to the Memorial Cup. Someone please correct me if I am wrong on the Cup ticket pricing.
I bet that everyone that complains about the various ticket prices wouldn't go even if the tickets were free because they just like to complain.
Regina and Saskatchewan will Host a top notch Memorial Cup event as well as the Pats owners are not cheaping out to put on the Outdoor WHL and NHL Alumni game. Did previous owners even attempt to do that? NOT! We should be embracing these not complaining about them.