FIFA WOMEN'S WORLD CUP CANADA 2015 TICKETS FOR
KENSINGTON LITTLE MOUNTAIN FOOTBALL CLUB
NOW AVAILABLE AT LARGE DISCOUNTS
EXPERIENCE CANADA 2015 WITH YOUR CLUB
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Follow these easy steps to purchase your discounted tickets:
- Visit this link: http://www.ticketmaster.ca/FIFA-Womens-World-Cup-Canada-2015-tickets/artist/875503?brand=fifa15enca
- Click “See Tickets” for either:
- BC Place Stadium Half Pass 1
- BC Place Stadium Half Pass 2
- Enter the code according to your chosen product as shown in the chart below in the “Enter Offer Code/Password” box. Click ‘OK’ when the SUCCESS box appears.
BC Place Stadium Half Pass 1(4 matches) Category 2 $154.00 each (plus applicable fees) Y7PHT BC Place Stadium Half Pass 1(4 matches) Category 4 $81.00 each (plus applicable fees) Y7PHT BC Place Stadium Half Pass 2(4 matches) Category 4 $63.00 each (plus applicable fees) Y7PHT
- Select the blue highlighted section
- Select your seats that are indicated in NAVY BLUE, then click “Checkout”
- NOTE – don’t miss the VIP “ADD TO MY ORDER” where you can add tickets to the Final Match (located on the review page)
- Follow the steps to complete your purchase with Ticketmaster
If accessible seating is required: To purchase accessible seats within your allotment of group tickets, please call our customer service telephone line at 1-855-915-2015 and reference your group code.
OFFER VALID UNTIL DECEMBER 22,2014
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