Special discount ticket offer for Pirates Hockey and WWE Wrestling
Christmas holiday week is all about WRESTLING at the Cumberland County Civic Center!! The Portland Pirates host "Maine Legends of Wrestling" night on Sunday, December 28th and WWE wrestling returns to the Cumberland County Civic Center on Tuesday, December 30th.
The Pirates and WWE have joined forces to bring you a special combo ticket offer! You'll get a Main Deck ticket for the Pirates "Maine Legends of Wrestling" night on Sunday, December 28th at 4:00 P.M. and a ticket for WWE wrestling on Tuesday, December 30th at 7:30 P.M. Both for only $40!! That's a savings of $8 if purchased separately!
If you are a wrestling fan, you won't want to miss either of these events. At the Pirate's game, you'll have the chance to meet Former WWE and Westbrook, Maine wrestling superstar "Scotty 2 Hotty", get a photo and autograph! Special WWE merchandise give-a-ways will take place all through the game.
On Tuesday, December 30th, the WWE returns to the Civic Center with a card filled with WWE superstars.
This is the perfect holiday gift for that wrestling fan on your gift list!!
This offer is only available at the Civic Center box office in person or by phone at (207) 775-3458.
Tickets must both be purchased at the same time and may not be combined with any other offer. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Offer expires on Saturday, December 27th at 5P.M. There are no refunds or exchanges.
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