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Jets tickets on sale Friday

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WANT to go to a Winnipeg Jets game? No problem.

Tickets for pre-season games go on sale Friday and a random draw for regular-season games is set for Sept. 21.

The Jets will put tickets on sale for pre-season games available through Ticketmaster beginning at 10 a.m. on Friday.

Pre-season tickets will not be sold through a random draw.

The Jets' pre-season schedule includes four games at the MTS Centre, against the Ottawa Senators (Sept. 15), Edmonton Oilers (Sept. 17), Minnesota Wild (Sept. 19), and Boston Bruins (Sept. 26).

The random draw process for regular-season games in October will begin Sept. 21 at 10 a.m.

Those wishing to enter the lottery can sign up now at winnipegjets.com/randomdraw.

Winners will have access to purchase a maximum of two tickets to games in the month of October.

The Jets play eight home games through the opening month of the regular season, including a six-game homestand from Oct. 11-22.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition September 5, 2013 D1

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