Bernadette McIntyre, Canadian Curling Association board of governor, Danielle Sicinski, host comittee chairperson and Mayor Glenn Hagel stand with the official 2012 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling poster on Wednesday morning. Times-Herald photo by Katie Brickman
More ticket options have been released for the Capital One Canada Cup of Curling this week.
The Mini Pack ticket options offers a solution for those fans that cannot be there for the five days of action from Nov. 28- Dec. 2 at Mosaic Place.
The Pack is priced at $89, which features a reserved seat for the two semifinals and finals on the championship weekend. It also includes a meal deal for $109, which offers two buffet-style meals between draws on Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon in the Patch.
There is also the Old Classic package still available, which is a full event pass offering a single ticket to all 13 draws for $229 and comes with an invitation to the exclusive Fan Appreciation Night on Tuesday evening.
Tickets can be purchased online at curling.ca/tickets or by calling 624-2050 or in person at the Mosaic Place Box Office.