Winnipeg Jets Tickets
2016-2017 Winnipeg Jets Tickets
When you’re the newest team in the series, you feel like you’re balancing the weight of the world on your shoulder. The Winnipeg Jets, however, seem to be doing a fine job in handling the pressure thus far.
NOTE: Prices may differ from prices displayed on the tickets. Original prices range from $42 to $257.
In truth, the resurrection of the Winnipeg Jets was nothing short of a miracle. The original Winnipeg Jets began playing in the NHL in 1979, before they relocated to become the Phoenix Coyotes in 1996. For years, Winnipeg fans mourned the loss of their team...until the team came back from the dead in 2011 following the relocation of the Atlanta Thrashers. The glorious return of the Winnipeg Jets to the NHL is a testament to the passion and dedication of the team’s following. Indeed, if you’re planning to go watch a Jets game, you should expect deafening cheering, electrifying excitement, and a tremendous amount of energy emanating from Winnipeg fans. Jets followers have become rejuvenated with the return of their team, and you can count on them to infuse every game with a phenomenal atmosphere.
You’d never be able to tell that the MTS Centre can hold a capacity of only 15 000 individuals, as the centre is recognized for being one of the loudest and busiest arenas in the world. Aside from being the home of the Winnipeg Jets, the MTS Centre is also notable for its motocross and rodeo-related events. The arena has accommodated numerous concerts from some of the world’s biggest superstars. Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Britney Spears, and Pink have all dazzled audiences at the MTS Centre. Bon Jovi and Metallica are also known for having drawn massive crowds at their shows. The MTS Centre has also held renowned events like the Juno Awards, the Canadian Country Music Awards, and the Canadian Olympic Curling Trials. Finally, the MTS Centre is also the home of the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame.
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Winnipeg Jets vs. Minnesota Wild
While the Jets may be newcomers to the NHL, that hasn’t prevented them from establishing a heated rivalry with their closest neighbor, the Minnesota Wild. Over the last season, both teams have planted the seeds of a promising divisional rivalry, and it’s undeniable that the Jets-Wild match-up has all the makings of a thriving rivalry.
While the Winnipeg Jets have yet to make their mark on the NHL, there’s no denying that the team carries an abundance of potential. With the right formula, the Jets will be well on their way to becoming Stanley Cup champions, and taking the NHL by storm.
To facilitate the process of planning your trip, it’s important to know that the doors of the MTS Centre are open to the general public 90 minutes before game time. That gives you plenty of time to have a look at the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame, and to fetch some refreshments for the big game!
If you're looking to beat the crowd shuffling into the Bell Centre minutes before the game, you should know that the gates of the Bell Centre open 90 minutes before game time. That's plenty of time to claim your seats, get some refreshments, and witness the historic mementos of the Habs' history.
Where To Eat
Looking to grab a bite before the big game? There’s a world of culinary delights near the MTS Centre to explore! Popular restaurants include Earls (191 Main Street) and Bleachers Sports Bar & Cafe (308 Fort Street). Meanwhile, notable pubs include Elephant & Castle Pub (350 St. Mary Avenue) and East India Company Pub & Eatery (349 York Avenue). Looking for Italian cuisine at its finest? Amici Restaurant and Bombolini Wine Bar (326 Broadway Boulevard) offers a five-star dining experience! The MTS Centre also features two restaurants; the Observation Deck Bar & Buffet and the Exchange Restaurant & Beer Market. The former serves meals two hours before the commencement of most events, while the latter is only available with reservations.
Parking Around The MTS Centre
The MTS Centre offers an abundance of parking options. The arena offers six convenient parking lots that can be accessed after paying affordable parking rates. Furthermore, downtown Winnipeg offers countless surface lots and street parking options. In fact, there are more than 13 000 parking stalls located within a ten-minute walk of the MTS. To avoid the parking hassle altogether, we recommend that you consider the city’s public transit provider. Public transit is a quick and easy way to get to the arena, and Winnipeg Transit provides multiple routes that service the MTS Centre.
Children under 2 years old
Not many people are aware that all children under 2 years old do not require a ticket to enter the Rexall Place. They can watch the game from the comfort of their guardian’s lap! However, we do suggest that you bring proof of your child’s age to avoid any confusion at the door.
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