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Vancouver Giants Single Game Playoff Tickets On Sale Today

Single game tickets for the Vancouver Giants first round playoff matchup with the Victoria Royals are on sale this morning at 10:00 AM. Tickets start at $19.75 and are available online HERE or by phone: 604.4.GIANTS.

Round 1 dates are still to be determined as home ice advantage is still a possibility for the Vancouver Giants heading into the final weekend of the regular season. The Giants (36-25-6-3) have 81 points and are three back of the Victoria Royals (39-25-4-2) and each team has two games remaining. The Vancouver Giants have never faced the Victoria Royals in the playoffs, but twice faced the Chilliwack Bruins (who later became the Victoria Royals in 2011-12) and defeated them in Round 1 twice (2007 and 2008).

Tomorrow night at home (7:30 PM puck drop) the Giants welcome the 2018 B.C. Division champs, the Kelowna Rockets for Fan Appreciation Night and the Giants have big plans! The Giants will then head to Kelowna Saturday to face the Rockets at 7:00 PM to wrap up their regular season. If the Giants win both of their games and Victoria drops both of their games this weekend against Everett in regulation, the Giants would have home ice advantage.

Fans wishing to secure tickets to every Giants home playoff game in Rounds 1 and 2 can do so for as low as $136 by clicking the link below.

 GET SINGLE GAME PLAYOFF TICKETS HERE

 GET PLAYOFF PACKAGES FOR ROUNDS 1 AND 2 HERE

*With home ice advantage the Giants would host games on:

Friday, March 23 (7:30 PM)

Sunday, March 25 (4:00 PM)

Friday, March 30 (7:30 PM)

Tuesday, April 3 (7:00 PM)

If the Giants start on the road, the Giants would host home games on:

Tuesday, March 27 (7:00 PM)

Wednesday, March 28 (7:00 PM)

April 2 (2:00 PM)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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