Royals Announce Return of Money Mart Mad Mondays

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Popular $5 ticket deal will be offered again this season!

September 14, 2012, Victoria, BC – The Victoria Royals are pleased to announce the return of Mad Mondays, proudly sponsored by Money Mart. Fans will once again have the chance to purchase tickets to see the Royals live at the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre for an unbelievable price of only $5.

This ticket deal will only be available at the Select Your Tickets Box Office every Monday of the regular reason for games occurring during that week. This promotion starts Monday, September 17th in advance of the Royals’ home opener against the Vancouver Giants on Saturday, September 22nd. The Box Office opens at 9:30 a.m. and fans are encouraged to arrive early as Money Mart Mad Monday tickets are available in limited quantities only.

With a limited number of standard and wheelchair accessible seats available for each game, tickets will not last long. This popular promotion sold out for every home contest last season. Purchases are limited to four tickets per person per game.

Victoria’s next pre-season contest is tomorrow, Friday, September 14th when they head to Ladner, BC to take on the Vancouver Giants. The Royals will then make their 2012 WHL pre-season debut at the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre on Saturday, September 15th against the Giants in the team’s final test before the regular season.

The Royals will kick off their 2012-13 home schedule on September 22nd when they will host the Vancouver Giants at the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre. Season tickets and mini-packs are now on sale. Guarantee yourself the best seats by visiting www.victoriaroyals.com, calling 250-220-7889, or emailing vrtickets@victoriaroyals.com before it’s too late!

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Christian J. Stewart
Christian is a professional photographer and media professional based in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Currently working as the Assistant General Manager for Victoria HarbourCats Baseball Club, a Senior Contributing Editor and photographer at Independent Sports News (ISN) and operating his own freelance photography and media/pr company.

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