Q: Why are single-game tickets going on sale? A: Hockey fans have been asking about single-game tickets, and making them available now, leading into the holiday season, gives fans more affordable and flexible ticket options and allows them to be a part of the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship. Last minute World Junior Championship single game sales have now started in Toronto! Inventory is very limited. In order to purchase tickets on a single game basis, please CLICK HERE. Single game tickets will continue to be released on a daily basis so be sure to check the website as more tickets become available.
Q: How do I purchase single-game tickets? A: Single-game tickets are available online by visiting www.hockeycanada.ca./2015juniors and clicking on the ‘Purchase Tickets’ link. Tickets are also available at the Bell Centre box office, by visiting www.canadiens.com, or by phone at 1-855-310-2525. In order to purchase Toronto tickets on a single game basis, please CLICK HERE.
Q: What are the single-game price points? A: CLICK HERE for single-game prices.
Q: How do I purchase a mini ticket package? A: Mini packages are available online by visiting www.hockeycanada.ca./2015juniors and clicking on the ‘Purchase Tickets’ link. Packages are also available at the Bell Centre box office, by visiting www.canadiens.com, or by phone at 1-855-310-2525.
Q: What is included in a mini ticket package? A: Three mini packages are available, including either four games or five games. Packages include:
Mini Package #1 Dec. 23 – Canada vs. Switzerland (pre-competition) Dec. 28 – United States vs. Germany Dec. 31 – Canada vs. United States Dec. 31 – Finland vs. Germany Jan. 2 – Quarter-final #3
Mini Package #2 Dec. 29 – United States vs. Slovakia Dec. 29 – Canada vs. Finland Dec. 30 – Slovakia vs. Germany Jan. 2 – Quarter-final #1
Mini Package #3 Dec. 26 – United States vs. Finland Dec. 26 – Canada vs. Slovakia Dec. 27 – Finland vs. Slovakia Dec. 27 – Canada vs. Germany
Q: What are the mini ticket package price points? A: Packages are available for:
Mini Package #1 Blue – $203 Accessible Seating – $203 White & Grey – $288 Club – $441 Red End Zones – $503 Prestige – $745
Mini Package #2 Blue – $180 Accessible Seating – $180 White & Grey – $237 Club – $349 Red End Zones – $398 Prestige – $588
Mini Package #2 Blue – $170 Accessible Seating – $170 White & Grey – $248 Club – $349 Red End Zones – $408 Prestige – $588
* plus applicable fees for all packages
Q: What is included in a mini ticket package, versus a full-event package? A:Mini packages will not be provided on commemorative tickets, or include an event program or souvenir lanyard. Packages will be provided on generic ticket stock or via e-ticket.
Q: How do I purchase Toronto event packages in the Air Canada Centre accessible seating section? A: You can purchase accessible seats by emailing email@example.com.
Q: What games are included in the respective city packages? A: Toronto includes the following in 2015: one Team Canada pre-tournament game, 10 preliminary round games, two quarter-finals, two semifinals, two relegation round games (a third relegation game will be played Jan. 5 if necessary), and the bronze medal and gold medal games.
Montreal includes the following in 2015: one Team Canada pre-tournament game, 10 preliminary round games and two quarter-finals.
Group A in Montreal includes Canada, Finland, Germany, Slovakia and the United States, while Group B in Toronto includes the Czech Republic, Denmark, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland.
Q: What are the package price points for 2015? A: Available packages include one ticket for:
Toronto (19 games)* Gold Side – $1,746 Gold End – $1,551 Red and Clubs – $1,366 Blue & Green – $811 Purple & Standing Room – $626
Montreal (13 games)* Lower Bowl Centre Ice – $1,191 Lower Bowl End – $1,056 Balcony A & B – $931 Upper Bowl White & Grey – $556 Blue, Molson Ex and Handicap – $431
* plus applicable fees for all packages
Q: Are there limits on how many packages can I buy? A: Customers have the option to buy unlimited full-event packages, or mini ticket packages.
Q: Will I need to setup an account to purchase tickets? A: Please be prepared to set-up a Ticketmaster account in order to purchase tickets for Toronto, and an evenko account for Montreal.
Q: When will receive my ticket package? A: Ticket packages will be delivered to your confirmed address roughly one month in advance of the event. More information will be provided closer to the date.
Q: Will single-game tickets be available? The 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship host committee will review its ticket inventory closer to the start of the event, but it is expected the mini-package options will sell through all remaining tickets.
Q: I bought tickets, are there any hotels I can get a deal at? A: The 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship is pleased to offer special fan block reservations at a number of hotels in both Montreal and Toronto. For information and to book rooms, click HERE.
Q: What are the dates of the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship? A: The tournament will run from Dec. 26, 2014 to Jan. 5, 2015.
Q: Where are the games being played? A: All games in Toronto are being played at the Air Canada Centre, home of the NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs. All games in Montreal are being played at the Bell Centre, home of the NHL’s Montreal Canadiens.
Q: When will the game schedule be set for the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship? A: The schedule can be found by clicking HERE.
Q: How will the games be split up in 2015 and 2017? A: In 2015, Montreal will host the preliminary round group including Canada’s National Junior Team, as well as two quarter-finals, for a total of 12 tournament games. Toronto will host the other preliminary round group, plus two quarter-finals, the relegation series, fifth-place game, both semifinals and both medal games, for a total of 19 games. Canada will move from Montreal to Toronto for the medal round.
Everything will be reversed in 2017 – Canada’s preliminary round group will play in Toronto, while Montreal will host the medal round. The number of games in each market for 2017 will be finalized at a later date.
Q: May I exchange my tickets if better seats become available later? A: All ticket sales are final; there are no refunds, exchanges or cancellations.
Q: Can I request a refund at a later date? A: All 2015 purchases and 2017 deposits are non-refundable. Based on the amazing amount of interest in both IIHF World Junior Championships, the event will not be offering a refund option.
Q: What if I can’t make all games within my package? A: A variety of options will be made available for IIHF World Junior Championship customers to use all the tickets, including ticket resale via the account manager, a ticket donation program, and the ability to electronically forward tickets from the account manager. Full functionality will be made available closer to the start of the event. Ensuring there are great crowds for all games is a priority for the host organizing committee, and it will work with ticket holders to ensure they know all their options to assist in achieving its goals.
Q: How does the 2017 deposit work? A: For a non-refundable deposit of $150 per package as part of the 2015 offer, customers can guarantee access to tickets in 2017 at the same single-game average prices as the 2015 package. The exact number of games will be finalized at a later date, however it can be noted that Canada’s National Junior Team will play its preliminary round games in Toronto and the medal round will be in Montreal in 2017, reversed from the 2015 tournament. The event will not be paying interest on these deposits. The $150 per package will be put directly towards your 2017 purchase.
Q: What if I don’t pay the 2017 deposit now? A: The deposit is only an option to secure access to tickets and lock in pricing. Pricing won’t be finalized until a later date, but there will definitely be an increase from 2015, so if you want to lock in pricing, the deposit is the best option today.
PRE-COMPETITION SCHEDULE Dec. 19 – Canada vs. Russia | Air Canada Centre, Toronto Tickets for this game are available as part of the Toronto package.
Dec. 21 – Canada vs. Sweden | Canadian Tire Centre, Ottawa Ticket information will be available June 12 through www.hockeycanada.ca/2015juniors and www.capitaltickets.ca. The initial package offer will include two tickets to the Dec. 21 game, along with one ticket package for Montreal; the Montreal package includes 12 games, highlighted by four Team Canada preliminary round games and two quarter-finals. A limited inventory of Montreal packages have been secured to ensure fans in Ottawa have a chance to attend the full tournament.
Dec. 23 – Canada vs. Switzerland | Bell Centre, Montreal Tickets for this game are available as part of the Montreal package.
Q: Are you having issues using your Toronto online account manager or posting tickets to the secondary ticket market? A: For service issues with your online account manager or if you are have issues while trying to post your WJC event ticket packages for resale please call 416-703-5323.