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You have until Friday April 16th at 12pm (PST) to purchase tickets online or by phone to every Allan Cup game for as little as $10 a game.

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Eleven game reserved and general admission ticket packages will only be on sale online or by phone until Friday April 16th at 12pm (PST). The 11 game packages will still be available up until 2pm on Monday April 19th, but only at the North Peace Arena.

Individual game tickets will go on sale starting Sunday April 18th at the North Peace Arena. Until Friday, you can call the North Peace Cultural Centre at (250)785-1992 or purchase them online at

Eleven game reserved ticket packages are only $165 or 11 game general admission packages are $110. When individual tickets go on sale, prices will increase. General admission tickets for games 1-6 will be $20 per ticket and reserved seats will be $25. For all playoff games, general admission tickets will be $25 and reserved seats will be $30.

All individual game tickets will be on sale starting Sunday April 18th from 12pm to 6pm at the North Peace Arena. During the tournament, you will also be able to pick up tickets during the day at the North Peace Arena.

Volunteers are still needed for the 2010 Allan Cup. Ushers are still needed for much of the tournament. If you can help call Gail at (250) 785 – 5163.

The 102nd edition of Canada’s oldest amateur hockey championship will be held in Fort St. John April 19th-24th, 2010. Senior AAA hockey teams from all over Canada will compete with the host Fort St. John Senior Flyers in hopes of becoming Canada’s senior hockey champions.


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