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Introducing the Petes Half Season Ticket Package

The Petes are excited to introduce a half season ticket package ahead of the midway point of the 2017-18 regular season. Regular bowl half season tickets are just $399 (tax included), and are available for purchase by calling Steve Nicholls, Coordinator of Season Ticket Sales and Service at (705) 743-3681 ext. 263.

The half season ticket package includes all 17 Petes regular season home games from Monday, January 1 through Saturday, March 17, 2018, as well as three (3) flex vouchers that can be redeemed between the time of purchase and the end of the regular season. Additionally, half season ticket members will receive the following benefits:

  • Petes Nation Membership Card (one per seat) that can be used to receive discounts at partner locations throughout the Peterborough area, including 10% off at The Petes Store.
  • Playoff privileges, including pre-authorized payment for 2018 Playoff tickets to secure your seat through each round
  • Entry in the Petes 12 Days of Giveaways contest, including a chance to win prizes like a $1,000 Leon’s gift card (must purchase by 5pm on Friday, December 1 to be eligible for all 12 giveaways)
  • A free Season Ticket Member gift

“We’re excited to be able to offer a brand new ticket package that will allow our fans to take in the last half of the season as the team pushes towards playoffs,” commented Nicholls. “This is a great option for fans that want to get a taste of being a Petes season ticket member without committing to a full season.”

For more information about half season tickets and flex packages for the 2017-18 Petes season, call Steve at (705) 743-3681 x 263, or send him an email.

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