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Raiders Announce Launch of Second Half Season Ticket

November 27, 2012 - Western Hockey League (WHL) - Prince Albert Raiders News Release

Prince Albert SK - With the Prince Albert Raiders having sold out 7 of their first 14 home games, the Western Hockey League team is pleased to offer Second Half Season tickets for games from December 28th to March 16th. This offer, which has only been done once previous in franchise history (2003-04) allows fans to get the same seat, based on availability, for the remainder of the regular season and have the right to that seat if the Raiders qualify for playoffs and for the 2013-14 season.

This one time only offer contains both Prime and Family options, and can save fans up $100 off the walk up ticket price over the remainder of the season.

"With the excitement in the City around the hockey club, we thought a Second Half Season ticket campaign just before Christmas would be popular," said Bruce Vance, Raiders Business Manager and Director of Marketing. "The organization wants to make it clear this is a very rare offer and many factors came together for us to present it this year. Certainly this allows people to get the right to a playoff seat if we qualify, and also become a full season ticket holder in 13-14. This promotion will not be offered again in the foreseeable future!"

The Second Half Season ticket does not qualify for the Never Waste a Ticket promotion and is based on current seating availability. Payment plans will not be available for the Second Half package.

Pricing for a Second Half Season ticket is as follows:

Prime Family

Adult $245.00 $200.00

Senior $212.50 $175.00

Student $162.50 $162.50

Child $85.00 $85.00

All prices plus GST

For more information, please contact the Raiders at 764-GAME (4263) or stop by the office located in the Art Hauser Centre.

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