WLA Shamrocks get started on 2017, season tickets on sale

Early purchase includes a shot at a variety of draw prizes

If you’re looking for a gift for an avid sports fan, Victoria Shamrocks tickets just might fit the bill.

Season tickets for the upcoming 2017 Western Lacrosse Association season are on sale for as little as $45, and there are some great prizes available for those purchasing season tickets before Dec. 30.

There will be a draw for a Shamrocks jersey signed by the entire team, as well as five draws for $25 Shamrocks gift cards.

Season tickets come with a number of benefits, including a savings of 10 per cent on single-game prices, right of first refusal for all post-season games and the opportunity to obtain $50 in Shamrock Bucks for every two adult season ticket purchases you refer.

Season ticket holders also get to avoid waiting in the ticket lineup and are eligible for 10 per cent off of Shamrocks souvenirs.

For more information, check out victoriashamrocks.com.

reporter@goldstreamgazette.com

 

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