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Vancouver Giants announce discounts on tickets

By DH Vancouver Staff, DH Vancouver Staff, DH Vancouver Staff Sep 17, 2012 12:57 pm

Vancouver Giants announced today a significant discount on tickets for the first three home games of the season. The discounted tickets are in the red section of the Pacific Coliseum and will sell for $15 including HST (plus applicable service charges).

The discounted tickets apply to the following home games:

  • September 21, 2012 vs. Victoria Royals (season home opener)
  • September 28, 2012 vs. Everett Silvertips
  • September 30, 2012 vs. Spokane Chiefs

“We see this offer as an opportunity for Vancouver hockey fans to re-discover the Giants. The junior hockey product in this city is second to none. We have a great team this year that is eager to start the season with the support of the hockey community,” said Ron Toigo, majority owner of the Vancouver Giants, at today’s press conference.

The Giants are expecting an increase in interest in their team after the NHL locked-out its players over the weekend. The 2004/2005 NHL lockout resulted in the cancellation of what would have been the 88th season of play, and was the first time the Stanley Cup was not awarded since 1919. During this time, the Giants became more competitive and attendance at home games jumped to the next plateau.

Pat Quinn owner, former NHL player, coach and GM, was also on hand to unveil the Giants new retro uniforms today.

Tickets can be purchased online at VancouverGiants.com, by phone 604-4-GIANTS (604-444-2687), at the Giants Office at the Pacific Coliseum or at any TicketLeader Box Office.

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