Sunday’s Memorial Cup final between the Regina Pats and Acadie-Bathurst Titan will be a sold-out affair.
Shaun Semple, chair of the 100th Memorial Cup, said tickets are already sold out for the final game.
“They were instantly sold out, we were virtually at sell out before we won (on Friday) and by the time the game was over there wasn’t a ticket left,” he said.
There is some re-selling of tickets happening on Ticketmaster, but Semple said those are a pretty hot commodity right now.
Those tickets range from $200 to $889 per ticket.
Semple said the Brandt Centre holds around 6,484 people, but they will try to squeeze in every last person they can.
“Those who can’t get a ticket, we’ll be broadcasting (the game) in The Celebration Zone as well,” he said.
The Dead South will be performing in The Celebration Zone on Sunday, with entry only $20.
Semple said it feels great seeing the hometown team make it to the finals.
“It’s been a lot of work hosting this but the boys have played awesome and it’s about time the Pats are back in it, and we’re all excited for them.”
A number of bars will also be broadcasting the game including the Lancaster Taphouse and Four Seasons sports bar.
Puck drop on Sunday is 5 p.m.