Bruins tinkering with tickets

The Chilliwack Bruins have announced a special ticket offer that will allow new season-ticket purchasers to attend all remaining Bruins home games this season (including potential playoff games) free of charge.

Anyone who puts down a $50 deposit on a season-ticket for 2010-11 will receive a ticket to each of the three remaining home games this season in addition to a ticket for every home playoff game, should the Bruins qualify.

Added value is just one of the reasons for this offering, said Bruins president Darryl Porter.

“Our team has taken great strides this season and we would like to reward them with the best possible home ice advantage,” he explained. “There is no better way to do that then to have a full Prospera Centre.”

Porter also added that the team needs to find new ways to attract fans and provide the best value for the hockey dollar.

“One consistent comment from our fan base last season was that our concessions needed to improve and we’d like to thank Chiefs Development Group for ensuring that it has,” Porter said. “Fan feedback this season has been unanimously positive. Tiara Food and Beverage has come in and given our fans the professional service they deserve.”

The Bruins are also announcing a reduction in season ticket prices for next season within sections K, L and M. Adult and senior tickets will be discounted from $459 to $299 while youth tickets will be discounted from $309 to $199.

Fans are also reminded that the Bruins Six Pack is still available. The pack includes six adult ticket vouchers as well as a free Bruins playoff drive tee- shirt.

Phone 604-702-4625.

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