Season tickets for all eight franchises in the Canadian Elite Basketball League went on sale Thursday morning through Ticketmaster.
The Saskatchewan Rattlers, playing out of SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon, are involved in this. Season seats for the Rattlers’ 10 home games will range in price from $175 in the lower bowl to $775 for courtside. They are available now through the Rattlers’ website and through Ticketmaster. Individual game tickets are expected to go on sale in the spring, just before the May 9 season opener against Niagara. Following is the news release from the Saskatchewan Rattlers…
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The Saskatchewan Rattlers, member club of the Canadian Elite Basketball League(CEBL), are excited to announce that season tickets for their historic inaugural season are now available.
Thursday and Friday nights are set to become Basketball Night in Saskatchewan as fans now have the opportunity to claim their season tickets for the Saskatchewan Rattlers inaugural season using Ticketmaster. This is the Rattlers first season in the newly formed Canadian Elite Basketball League (CEBL) which promises to bring a unique and exciting entertainment experience to Saskatchewan next summer. Playing out of the SaskTel Centre, the Rattlers will play ten home games starting with their season opener on May 9, 2019, at 7 p.m. against the Niagara River Lions. Season tickets range from $175 in the lower bowl to $775 for courtside and are available on the Rattlers website. Individual game tickets are expected to go on sale in spring 2019.
Season ticket holders will receive exclusive member benefits such as a member’s gift card, invites to exclusive Rattlers events and a ticket exchange program. In addition, they will receive a dedicated account representative as well as the ability to manage tickets online and reserve seating in the best available locations. Now is the chance for fans to get in on the Rattlers historic inaugural season. Fans will be treated to a highly entertaining, fast-paced professional basketball wrapped around an electric environment.