Presented by Dobbs Tire & Auto Centers (all fans)
Oct. 2 vs. Washington
Get your copy of the 2019-20 Blues calendar on Oct.2 when the Blues host the Washington Capitals, courtesy of Dobbs Tire & Auto. Prior to the game, the Stanley Cup Championship banner will be raised to the Enterprise Center rafters.
Presented by Ameren Missouri (first 12,000 fans)
Oct. 5 vs. Dallas
The first 12,000 fans in the building on Oct. 5 vs. Dallas will score a replica of the Stanley Cup Championship Banner, which was raised on Oct. 2. The banner giveaway is presented by Ameren Missouri.
Presented by Pepsi (all fans)
Oct. 17 vs. Vancouver
Purchase tickets for the Oct. 17 game against Vancouver at Enterprise Center and get a 2019-20 magnet schedule, presented by Pepsi.
Presented by Fry-Wagner (all fans)
Nov. 30 vs. Pittsburgh
All fans at the Nov. 30 game against Pittsburgh will receive a team poster, presented by Fry-Wagner.
Presented by Enterprise (first 12,000 fans)
Dec. 16 vs. Colorado
The first 12,000 fans at the Dec. 16 game against Colorado will receive a 7-inch replica of the Stanley Cup, presented by Enterprise.
(first 12,000 fans)
Jan. 11 vs. New York Rangers
The first 12,000 fans at the Jan. 11 game against New York Rangers will receive a 2019-20 St. Louis Blues Yearbook.
Presented by Pepsi (first 12,000 fans)
Jan. 15 vs. Philadelphia
The first 12,000 fans at the Jan. 15 game vs. Philadelphia will receive a 2020 NHL All-Star Game tumbler, courtesy of Pepsi.
Presented by American Eagle Credit Union (first 12,000 fans)
Feb. 6 vs. Winnipeg
The first 12,000 fans at the Feb. 6 game against Winnipeg will receive a Blues winter beanie, presented by American Eagle Credit Union.
Presented by FOX Sports Midwest (first 12,000 fans)
Feb. 20 vs. Arizona
The first 12,000 fans through the gates on Feb. 20 vs. Arizona will receive a Blues Fleece Vest courtesy of FOX Sports Midwest.
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