Ticket package prices released for 2021 World Juniors

Hockey Canada has announced ticket package prices for the 2021 World Juniors.

With just over a year until the tournament, to be held in Edmonton and Red Deer, Hockey Canada announced a priority ticket draw for all fans interested.

The Red Deer ticket package starts at $490 and features 16 games, including two pre-tournament games featuring Canada’s National Junior Team, 10 preliminary-round games and two quarter-finals.

Edmonton will have two different packages for eight games each, two preliminary-round games, plus either a bronze or gold medal game.

Fans can register for the ticket draw until Jan. 5 at 11:59 p.m. and will be notified in early January if they won the opportunity to buy tickets in Edmonton and Red Deer.

“The priority draw is the only way for fans to guarantee their chance to see the tournament live and in person, and we encourage everyone to enter the draw ahead of the Jan. 5 deadline,” said Dean McIntosh, vice-president of events and properties with Hockey Canada.

“When Alberta last hosted the championship in 2012, over 175,000 entries were received for the priority draw. Based on the tremendous success of that tournament, and the passion for hockey in the province and across the country, we’re expecting another exciting world juniors.”

To enter the priority draw, head to www.hockeycanada.ca/en-ca/tickets



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