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Last Chance to Take Advantage of Price Freeze on 2022-23 Petes Season Tickets

Select 2022-23 Petes season tickets are still available for as low as $299+HST for the season; an average of just $9 per game. While prices have risen everywhere due to inflation, Petes season ticket prices remain frozen for the 2022-2023 season. 

Petes Season Ticket Members get access to all benefits and perks for the lowest price. This includes access to exclusive Petes Season Ticket Member Events, Petes Store and OHL Live discounts, the flexible Ticket Exchange Program, and other special benefits throughout the season.

“Our Season Ticket base has grown this off-season, and continues to grow at a rapid pace with the Home Opener on September 29 just a few weeks away. With tickets as low as $299+HST, there is a lot of value for Season Ticket Members, but inventory is limited,” noted Petes Sales Manager Mike Kosciesza. “There has never been a better time to be a Season Ticket Member, with the squad looking great on the ice, and benefits and pricing plans accessible to everyone in our community.” 

Season tickets are moving fast and are only available while supplies last. To reserve your seats, call (705) 743-3681 ext. 6000, or email tickets@gopetesgo.com. Act now to secure the best view possible for your season seats today.

Can’t wait until the Home Opener at the PMC? The Petes will host the Kingston Frontenacs at the Cobourg Community Centre on Friday, September 23. Proceeds from ticket sales and other fundraising initiatives will go towards Northumberland minor hockey associations. Click here to secure your tickets today.

 

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