2018 Mastercard Memorial Cup Ticket Sales Launch
The Regina Pats 2018 Mastercard Memorial Cup Host Organizing Committee, together with the Canadian Hockey League, is pleased to announce that ticket packages for the 100th anniversary Mastercard Memorial Cup championship will be made available for sale to Regina Pats season-ticket holders January 18, 2018.
“We’re thrilled to announce this ticket offering,” says Shaun Semple, President and CEO of the Brandt Group of Companies and chair of the Host Organizing Committee. “Our plans for the Mastercard Memorial Cup event will make the 100th anniversary edition unique in the history of the championship and we’re very proud that it all happens right here in Regina; Canada’s hockey capital!”
Ticket packages for the ten-day event will include eight guaranteed games (plus a tie-breaker if needed), with season-ticket holder pricing set at $695.00 for Centennial-level seating and $645.00 for Festival-level seating. Regina Pats season-ticket holders will also enjoy an exclusive ticket presale opportunity from January 18-26. Season Ticket holders are not guaranteed their current seat but the Host Committee in conjunction with the Regina Pats will do all they can to limit seat relocation.
Season ticket holders will be able to purchase their tickets by logging in to their season ticket AccountManager at www.reginapats.com/accountmanager. Clients can login to their account and purchase tournament packages by clicking the ‘New Invoice’ link in the section labeled ‘Memorial Cup Tournament PKG’. This links to the package available and the payment options which include a payment plan extending to April 15, 2018.
Following presale, tickets will be released to the general public on January 30. Non-season-ticket holders interested in reserving ticket packages can do so at www.mastercardmemorialcup.ca, starting January 19th. A four-installment payment plan will be available to all ticket package purchasers. Brandt Centre suite holders will have the opportunity to reserve their suites by contacting Evraz Place.
There will be numerous additional entertainment opportunities for fans to enjoy at this unique hockey event.
The Centennial Celebration Zone, located in the EventPlex at Evraz Place, will be open daily in conjunction with Mastercard Memorial Cup game times and will feature full food and beverage services. Daily entertainment will feature bands such as Loverboy, Emerald City Band and Emerson Drive, with more acts and venues to be announced in the coming weeks.
Demand for tickets to the Regina Pats Foundation Honours gala, Mastercard Memorial Cup opening ceremonies and Eagles concert has been strong and the team is anticipating that they will sell out well in advance.
The Pats are anticipating strong demand for ticket packages and are urging hockey fans to act quickly to avoid disappointment. Fans planning to attend this 100th anniversary championship can purchase their packages by visiting mastercardmemorialcup.ca, clicking on ‘Tickets’ and following the purchase instructions.
Join the Regiment!
The Centennial Celebration Zone is in the EventPlex at EvrazPlace and will be open up to two hours prior to puck drop during all Mastercard Memorial Cup activities from May 18-27th. All ages are welcome until 9 pm.
Food, beverage and a variety of headliner entertainment guarantees this will be a celebration you don’t want to miss. Enjoy a large dance floor and performance stage, hockey fun and a whole lot more. Currently, three fantastic bands have been booked – Loverboy (http://www.loverboyband.com/), Emerald City Band (http://emeraldcityband.com/) and Emerson Drive (http://www.emersondrive.com/ ). Additional nightly performing bands to be announced over the coming weeks!
With your 2018 Memorial Cup ticket package, you can have full access to the Centennial Celebration Zone for just $49. Without a game ticket, you can purchase a 10-day Centennial Celebration Zone Pass for only $99!
Free to everyone – families, kids, students, even the not-yet-a-hockey-fan – the Centennial FanFest in The Cooperators Centre and Banner Hall will be filled with Hockey Hall of Fame memorabilia, military displays and presentations, and family-friendly activities. The FanFest area in The Co-operators Centre is open to all fans from May 18-27th from 4 PM to 9 PM.
The charities that will benefit:
KidSport is a national not-for-profit organization that provides financial assistance to kids aged 18 and under for registration fees and equipment. Through a confidential application process, Kidsport provides grants so children can play a season of sport. Nationally, over 750,000 kids have been given the chance to play through KidSport grants and sport introduction programming.
Kidsport’s mission advocates that no kid should be left on the sidelines and all should be given the opportunity to experience the positive benefits of organized sports. KidSport provides support to children in order to remove financial barriers that prevent them from playing organized sport.
Regina’s Kidsport program will benefit directly from the proceeds allocated from the 2018 Mastercard Memorial Cup. KidSport provides Regina’s youth with the opportunity to:
- Become physically active
- Improve their self-esteem and self-confidence
- Learn life-long skills
- Improve their academic performance
- Make new friends
- Share and celebrate their culture
- Contribute to a strong, healthy community
The Soldier On Fund is a program under the umbrella of Support Our Troops; managed and operated by Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services. This program is committed to supporting veterans and serving members to adapt and overcome permanent physical or mental health injuries through physical activity and sport.
Soldier On is recognized for improving the quality of life of the ill and injured. The program is a highly-visible and integral component of the Department of National Defence, and the Canadian Armed Forces’ commitment to the care of ill and injured members.
Since 2007, Soldier On has supported more than 3,500 members to:
- acquire sporting or recreational equipment; and
- participate in group structured activities delivered by world-class instructors.
A safe environment and a personal challenge inspires in ways many may not have thought possible. This re-introduction to an active lifestyle provides opportunities to develop new skills, build confidence and meet peers with similar challenges. Soldier On has disbursed over $5 million to members, empowering them to adapt and re-integrate with local, community-based activities, and remain active for life.
Through donations to the Legion Poppy Fund, the Royal Canadian Legion provides financial assistance and support to Veterans, including Canadian Armed Forces and RCMP, and their families who are in need. Poppy Funds may be used for:
- Grants for food, heating costs, clothing, prescription medication, medical appliances and equipment, essential home repairs and emergency shelter or assistance for Veterans and their families in need
- Housing accommodation and care facilities for Veterans
- Funding for Veteran Transition Programs that are directly related to the training, education and support needs of Veterans and their families
- Comforts for Veterans and their surviving spouses who are hospitalized and in need
- Veterans visits, transportation, reading programs and day trips
- Accessibility modifications to assist Veterans with disabilities
- Educational bursaries for children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of Veterans
- Support of cadet units
- Community drop-in centres, meals-on-wheels, and seniors services in communities where Veterans would benefit
- Community medical appliances, medical training and medical research which will assist in the care of Veterans in the community
- Support the work of Legion Command and Branch Service Officers across Canada in assisting and representing Veterans
- Donations for relief of disasters declared by federal or provincial governments which impact Veterans in those communities
- Promotion and administering of Remembrance activities to ensure Canadians never forget the sacrifices of Canada’s Veterans