Single event tickets for the 2014 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships on Sale November 14
OTTAWA, ON: Single event tickets for the 2014 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships in Ottawa, Ont., will go on sale Thursday, November 14 at 10:00 (ET). The 100th anniversary of the event will take place from January 9-15, 2014 at the Canadian Tire Centre.
Senior competition prices range from $10-$60, plus applicable surcharges. Junior/novice competition tickets range from $5-$30 (general admission), plus applicable surcharges.
- Children 12 and under can attend practices on Thursday, January 9 for free and get 50 percent off tickets to the Saturday, January 11 sessions.
- Fans attending both Friday, January 10 and/or both Saturday, January 11 sessions receive 25% off the regular priced tickets (must be purchased at the same time and for the same day).
- The junior and novice Sunday, January 12 practices are $5 for everyone.
- Children 12 and under receive 50 percent off general admission from January 13-15.
The event will host approximately 250 of Canada’s best figure skaters in senior, junior and novice as they vie for spots on the national team, international assignments and will act as the final step in the 2014 Olympic qualification process. At the conclusion of the senior events, Skate Canada will nominate the 17 member Olympic figure skating team on Sunday, January 12 to the Canadian Olympic Committee for selection to represent Canada at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.
Fans can buy their tickets online at www.capitaltickets.ca, by phone at 1.877.788.FANS (3267) or 613.599.FANS (3267), or in person at the Canadian Tire Centre box office.
All-event ticket packages (senior & junior/novice) are also still available for purchase.
The schedule has been structured this year to have the senior events first, beginning with official practices on Thursday, January 9. The junior and novice events will begin on Sunday, January 12 with their official practices taking place at the Bell Sensplex.
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