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2013 Blue tickets on sale Monday

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TICKETS for the inaugural 2013 season at Investors Group Field go on sale to the general public this Monday at 8:30 a.m., the Winnipeg Blue Bombers announced Friday.

"Investors Group Field will be something to marvel at, and we look forward to inviting new season ticket holders to experience this once in lifetime opportunity as we begin a new era of Blue Bomber football," Bombers president and CEO Garth Buchko said in a statement.

After a false start in 2012 due to construction delays, the team is pledging the stadium -- with its HD video boards, bigger seats, great sightlines and multitude of concessions -- will be fully operational in time for the 2013 pre-season.

Season tickets are priced starting at $200 and can be puchased by calling or visiting the Bombers office at Canad Inns Stadium or going online at www.bluebombers.com.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition December 1, 2012 C6

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