The Victoria Royals are offering Royals’ ticket pack holders an exclusive “four-day buy period” to the upcoming Vancouver Canucks versus Calgary Flames pre-season game in Victoria in September. (File Photo)

Royals offer ticket pack holders early chance to buy NHL pre-season game tickets

Vancouver Canucks vs. Calgary Flames pre-season game coming to Victoria in September

The Victoria Royals are offering super fans a chance to secure seats to see two big time NHL teams go head to head in Victoria.

On Tuesday the Royals announced that all 2019-2020 Royals’ ticket pack holders will have an “exclusive four-day pre-buy period” to buy tickets for the upcoming Vancouver Canucks vs. Calgary Flames NHL pre-season game being held at the Save-On-Foods-Memorial Centre in Victoria on Sept. 16.

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That offer means all Royals’ full, half-season and fan pack holders who have renewed or placed a deposit for the upcoming 2019-20 WHL season can purchase tickets for the Vancouver vs. Calgary pre-season game between July 22-25, 13 days before the tickets go on sale to the public.

Ticket prices range from $44 to $63.50 depending on seat preference.

The Victoria Royals also extends the offer to anyone who purchases new Royals ticket packages over the next two weeks, offering pack-holders the opportunity to select seats for both Royals games and the pre-season NHL matchup.

For more information and to purchase pre-season tickets, visit victoriaroyals.com.

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