Prospera Centre ticket system changes

ShoWare Ticketing Systems is in place to handle all of the ticketing needs for the building and the Chilliwack Chiefs.

The Chilliwack Chiefs and Prospera Centre have joined forces with ShoWare Ticketing Systems for all of the building’s ticketing needs.

“After carefully evaluating the various ticketing companies available we feel that ShoWare will best suit not only our ticketing needs, but those of our fans and customers,” said Chiefs president Glen Ringdal.

Prospera Centre and Chiefs ticket manager Andrea Laycock said the ShoWare system has many advantages and is easy to access and use.

With ShoWare, hockey fans and concert goers  will have the ability to select not just the section but the exact seat they want to purchase.

ShoWare offers  Facebook ticketing, allowing Chiefs fans to purchase tickets to the games of their choice right through their Facebook account, and let all of their friends know that they’re coming to the game.

When purchasing tickets online fans will be able to have their tickets scanned on their phone instead of having to print them off.

And, starting with 2015 season ticket renewal, fans will be able to renew from home.

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