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Bomber tickets go on sale

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 WINNIPEG — Those looking to purchase individual game tickets for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers are in luck.

 Starting this morning, the CFL club is selling tickets for all nine regular season home games this summer. Tickets start at $22.75 for a spot in the north end zone and increase to $34.25, $48, and $59.75 price points the closer you want to get to the action.

 Single ticket prices top out at $66 for a lower grandstand seat between the 30-yard lines.

 The club is offering a $2 discount on all tickets purchased 48 hours before kickoff. A premium fee of $6 will be applied to all individual ticket purchases for the Banjo Bowl game (Sunday, Sept. 11).

 The Bombers open the regular season home schedule Friday, July 8, when they host the Toronto Argonauts.

 For more information, call 1-855-BOMBERS or visit bluebombers.com.

 

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