On Monday, the Winnipeg ICE announced a major commitment to local caused working towards relief during the COVID-19 pandemic. On top of reducing the costs of all in-arena tickets, the Western Hockey League team has committed to donating 15 percent of each season ticket package sold to help combat the efforts of local aid/assistance.
“This is an opportunity for the hockey community to come together, enjoy very affordable family entertainment and give back,” said President and GM Matt Cockell in a team-issued press release. “We have reduced all pricing, will match every purchase via donation and also make a financial contribution equal to 15 percent of every season ticket purchase on behalf of each ticket holder to local COVID-19 relief organizations.”
The ICE will ensure that 15 percent of every season ticket package purchased between April 20 – June 1, 2020 goes to appropriate relief funding throughout the province of Manitoba, on behalf of the ticket purchaser. Additionally, the hockey cub has also made it known that the team will match every season ticket package purchased and donate to health care heroes, deserving youth and COVID-19 relief employees within the local community.
Through June 1, full-season access pass prices remain at:
$799.00 VIP Party Lounge Adult Pass
$499.00 Full-Access Adult Pass
$275.00 Student/Youth Pass
$99.00 U-12 Kids Pass
Ticket packages can be purchased in full, while monthly and quarterly payment plans are also available through the Winnipeg ICE. Visit winnipegice.ca for more information.