All Scotties Tournament of Hearts Tickets on sale Thursday!

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If you’re eager to see Canada’s next national women’s curling champion crowned in just over six weeks, you’re going to have to act quickly.

All single-draw tickets, including playoff draws, for the 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Feb. 16-24 at Centre 200 in Sydney, N.S., will go on sale Thursday at 10 a.m. AST.

The 2019 Scotties is the most famous national women’s curling championship in the world, and Canada’s elite teams will be in Sydney playing for the right to wear the Maple Leaf as Team Canada.Individual playoff tickets will go on sale Thursday, giving curling fans the chance to pick and choose their seats for any draw of the 2019 Scotties, but sales have been enthusiastic, meaning you’ll need to act quickly.

Tickets for games on the closing Friday are $29.50 apiece; Saturday Page Playoff games and Sunday’s semifinal are $32.50 apiece, and the Championship Final on Sunday is $37.50.

These new offers are in addition to other single tickets that went on sale back in November:

  • Weekday Mornings (Monday to Wednesday): $17.50
  • Weekday Afternoons (Monday to Wednesday) $22.50
  • Sunday and Weekday Evenings (Monday to Wednesday): $24.50
  • Championship Pool Afternoon (Thursday): $24.50
  • Premium Opening Day (Saturday) and Championship Pool Evening (Thursday): $29.50

Other options include day packages starting at $49, the opening weekend package for $99, and the championship weekend package at $189. Full event packages are also still available.

All prices are per ticket are subject to standard facility and ticket service fees. All tickets and packages will be available online at curling.ca/tickets, at the Centre 200 box office or by calling 902-564-2200.

While we know that Jennifer Jones’s reigning champions from Winnipeg will be in Sydney as Team Canada, the rest of the field won’t be filled out until after provincial and territorial playdowns are completed in early February.

That’s when the two eight-team pools will be assigned and the matchups for the preliminary round will be set; look for that schedule to be available the week of Feb. 4.

And while we don’t know who will be repping the home province — the Nova Scotia Scotties champion will be crowned on Jan. 27 — we DO know when the home team will be playing over the first five days of the 2019 Scotties. Nova Scotia will play three times on the opening weekend — in Draw 1 on Feb. 16 at 2:30 p.m. (all times AT), and also will play twice on the opening Sunday, at 9:30 a.m. and 8 p.m. Nova Scotia will also plays in Draws 7 (on Monday), 9 and 11 (both on Tuesday) and 13 (on Wednesday).

Once the preliminary round is complete in the 16-team, two-pool draw, the top four teams from each pool move into the Championship Pool, and the remainder of the schedule will be set.

2017 Scotties champ Rachel Homan also will be in Sydney — either as the Ontario champion or playing in the Wild Card Game on Friday, Feb 15, at Centre 200.

In addition to being a part of the world’s most famous women’s curling competition inside Centre 200, you’ll also be a part of what should be Cape Breton’s most famous curling party, the HeartStop Lounge — just a short shuttle ride away from the arena at the Joan Harriss Cruise Pavilion. You can check out live music, have a meal and mingle with players and fellow fans from all over Canada.

Keep checking  www.curling.ca/2019scotties for all event updates, new ticket offers, team announcements and the final event schedule when it is set.TSN/RDS2 will provide complete coverage of every draw at the 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts.