As part of a new series of ticket offers released on Friday, Oct. 18, fans can take advantage of a special buy-one-get-one special coinciding with the Sandra Schmirler Telethon Day.
“That’s something we’re really excited about,” said Curling Canada marketing co-ordinator Maddie Kelly. “We’ve never really done a BOGO before, it’s very unique to this event. So that’s what’s kind of nice, this is Scotties specific and it’s rewarding the fans who enjoy curling that much. We wanted to give them a special offer that no one gets.”
The deal is straightforward: purchase a ticket for Draw 4 on Sunday afternoon for the contest between Team Sask and Team Canada’s Chelsea Carey for $32.50 and you’ll receive a ticket for Draw 5 on Sunday evening, also featuring Team Saskatchewan, for free.
The offer is limited to the first 500 bundles and ends on Oct. 31 or when the bundles are sold out.
In addition to Draws 4 (1:30 p.m.) and 5 (6:30 p.m.) on Sunday, Feb. 16, Team Sask will also take the ice for the opening round of games at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 15; at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 17; at 1:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 18 and at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 19.
A host of new ticket packages were also released Friday, featuring:
- Opening Weekend Package ($95) — First five draws on opening Saturday and Sunday
- Championship Weekend Package ($199) — Final six draws plus tiebreaker draw if necessary. (Friday, Feb. 21-Sunday, Feb. 23).
- Family Day Holiday Monday Day Package ($49) — Three draws on the holiday Monday at a reduced price!
- Tuesday and Wednesday Day Package ($59) — Three draws in one day
- Thursday Day Package ($49) — Two guaranteed draws plus tiebreaker (if necessary)
“The packs are very popular, especially the Monday day packs, those have a reduced price as well this year since it’s a family holiday and we want them to come and see the event and make it a family affair,” Kelly said.
The news is also especially good on the volunteer side of things, as the recent volunteer sign-up night drew around 50 newcomers.
“It went awesome, and we’re down to below 50 positions that are left,” Kelly said. “So we’re doing that last little push to get people to sign up, they might go pretty quick so if people want to volunteer they’ll need to go to the website and sign up now.”
Spots are available in the HeartStop Lounge and in transportation, as well as some 50/50 ticket sales.
To purchase tickets or for more information, be sure to click here.