The Winkler Flyers 2020 / 21 regular season begins on October 9th in Neepawa.
This season will look different than any other, but the MJHL and the Flyers are looking forward to putting Junior A hockey on the ice in Winkler. The season consists of 40 games – 20 at home and 20 on the road. Flyers home games will be played primarily on Friday and Saturday nights, with a handful of games played on Sunday afternoons and Wednesday evenings.
Seating at home games will be limited this season to comply with provincial and local health regulations. As such, you’ll have options for tickets.
Option 1: VIP Pass
A VIP Pass guarantees your seat to every Flyers home game. VIP Passes can be picked up on Tuesday, September 22nd or Tuesday, September 29th between noon and 6pm. You will be able to purchase multiple passes with your reservation.
Option 2: Physical Pickup of Individual Single Game Tickets
Cost: $15 per person
To maintain reduced capacity, the Flyers will release a limited number of individual single-game tickets for each home game, which will be available for in-person purchase at two locations: the Co-Op gas station on Main Street, and the Petro Canada off of 15th street north of Highway 14. These tickets are specific for each game, and as such will not be permitted for use at games other than that for which they are intended. Due to limited capacity in the arena, there is no special pricing for students or children at this time.
Can I buy tickets at the door?
No, there will be no on-site sale of tickets this season. You can reserve your seat via the VIP Pass or single game tickets purchased from Co-Op or Petro Canada.
Can I purchase family passes at a discounted rate?
Unfortunately not. With the realities of the Covid-19 pandemic, it’s essential that the crowd at Winkler Flyers home games not exceed a specific number set by local and provincial health authorities. As such, each ticket purchased will be specific for a single person and a specific game.
Are masks required inside the arena?
Masks will be mandatory whenever a patron is in motion. This includes entering the arena, moving through the lobby, moving to your seat, and washroom breaks. You can sit in your seat with your family without a mask, but it’s required if you need to get up and move to the washroom or exit the building.
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