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Single Tickets for All 22 Draws of the Scotties Now on Sale

Thursday, 10 January 2013 - Posted by Graham Lloyd

In just over a month, the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts will take centre stage in Kingston – and now curling fans have the opportunity to purchase single draw tickets for all nine days of action.

The Canadian Women’s Curling Championship will be on the ice in the K-Rock Centre February 16-24 when the best teams in the country compete for the national title.  Tickets for all 22 draws, including the excitement of championship weekend, are on sale.

(Photo CCA/Andrew Klaver)

The first 14 draws have been available since November 24 at a price of $20.  Now fans can also purchase tickets for the final three round robin draws, the two Page playoff games, the semi-final and the bronze medal games for $25.

Tickets to the championship final on Sunday, February 24 are priced at $30.

It gives you the opportunity to pick the games you really want to see and the times that are most convenient for your schedule.

Every same-day ticket to the championship also includes admission to the party at The HeartStop, located in the Kingston Memorial Centre.  A complimentary shuttle service will be provided to transport fans between the arena and The HeartStop.

Fans will find a non-stop celebration carrying on all week long, featuring an entertaining line-up of some of Canada’s hottest bands and a tasty selection of food and beverages.

The HeartStop is also home to Team Autograph sessions and Up Close and Personal interviews, where fans have the chance to meet with the competitors.  Plus, they can take part in the ever-popular Cool Shots competition – the small-scale version of the roaring game – with cash prizes on the line.

“You Gotta Be There” for the unique experience of live championship curling at the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts.  Get your tickets today just by clicking here.

 

 

 

 



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