Cowichan Capitals announce ticket deals

As the Cowichan Valley Capitals prepare for their 2014/15 B.C. Hockey League season opener on Sept. 26, the club has announced that individual game tickets will go on sale next week, with a new Family Pack option.

Single-game tickets will be available as general-admission tickets, which can be used at any regular-season home game. Ticket prices will be the same as last year: $13 for adult admission, $11 for seniors, $10 for students, $7 for children ages 6-12, and free for children five and under.

The Family Pack includes two adult and two student or child tickets, as well as a hot dog and a pop for each ticket-holder, all for $35. The deal is the result of a partnership between the Caps and new concession operator Flynn’s Fish Chips.

Returning this year is the 10-game Flex Pack, with reduced prices for 2014/15. Flex Packs are $105 for adults, $90 for seniors, $85 for students, and $60 for children 6-12.

Season tickets are also still available with savings of up to 25 per cent off single-game prices.

The Caps’ first regular-season home date is set for Friday, Sept. 26 when the team will host the Victoria Grizzlies at 7 p.m.

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