Vancouver, B.C. – The Vancouver Canucks announced today that a limited number of tickets in single seat locations for home games in the 2011 Stanley Cup Final against the Boston Bruins will go on sale via phone and internet only on Tuesday, May 31 at 10:00 a.m. Fans can purchase tickets online at www.ticketmaster.ca/canucks, or by calling Ticketmaster at 1-855-523-6800. Tickets will be available at the Rogers Arena Box Office and Ticketmaster Ticket Centres as of Wednesday, June 1 based on availability to avoid disappointing fans who traditionally line up for hours without successfully purchasing tickets.
Single game ticket prices for Stanley Cup Final home games begin at $197.25. Based on availability, each household will be eligible to purchase a maximum of four tickets total in the final round.
Fans unable to secure tickets through Ticketmaster may also go to the Prime Seat Club at canucks.com/primeseatclub on Tuesday, May 31 at 10:00 a.m. The Canucks Prime Seat Club is a secure exchange site where fans can purchase seats from Season Ticket Holders who cannot or choose not to attend games. Alternatively, fans are encouraged to check Ticketmaster within 48 hours of the game day up until puck-drop for holds released by the NHL. For more information on tickets, please go to canucks.com/tickets. Single game tickets purchased through Ticketmaster for playoff games not played in the Stanley Cup Final will automatically be refunded at point of purchase.
Fans looking to travel to Boston to watch the Canucks on the road can access travel packages from Global Event Forum, the “Official Playoff Fan Packages Partner” of the Vancouver Canucks. Visit their website at www.globaleventforum.com to book available packages for any home or away games.
All Canucks Ticket Holders, including Blue Line wait list members, are provided the opportunity to purchase their playoff tickets in advance of the public as part of their benefits package.
Fans are encouraged to go to www.canucks.com for complete Canucks playoff coverage including daily photos, video, stories and schedules.