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Watch the world’s best lacrosse.

Life in Metro Vancouver can be expensive at the best of times, but with gas and food costs rising by the day, the family fun budget is getting stretched. 

Worry not. 

The Vancouver Warriors can get you in the door to watch the world’s best lacrosse for $225 – and that’s not per game, but rather an entire season’s worth of tickets offered as part of the Warriors Club membership. 

And for kids under 12, you can knock that price down to $135. 

“It’s awesome because you get all the club seat amenities that you’d get at Canucks game for significantly less of the cost,” says Warriors’ chief business officer Colby Fackler. “When we compare that against a day at the aquarium, Science World or Grouse Mountain, it’s significantly cheaper.”

Indeed, membership in the Warriors Club has its benefits: seating is situated in the lower bowl at centre court; members get access to exclusive club events such as player meet-and-greet sessions; right of first refusal for concert tickets at Rogers Arena; discounted fares for Canucks games and a free jersey worth $150.

“We want our fans to fly the flag and wear the colours proudly, whether they’re coming to the game that night, they’re in and around the community or if they’re out in their own local lacrosse community,” Fackler says. 

While the lacrosse loyalists – typically families and minor lacrosse players – can enjoy the lower bowl seating, those looking to down some $5 beers have their own spot in the rink as well. Enter either one of their two party zones, general admission seating areas at each end of the floor that caters to the more boisterous lacrosse fans. There will again be theme nights galore where attendees can embrace party atmospheres such as Country Night, College Night, St. Patrick’s Day and WrestleMania nights. 

“This year especially because we’ve had some time coming out of COVID-19 protocols, we’ve been able to offer more to our fans,” Fackler says. “One of the big advantages we have on our Warriors team is that we’ve got a lot of great, character guys. Most of them are local guys, along with some from back East, but all of them are accessible.”

But long before the ball drops in December, the club needs your help to determine the first-ever Warriors’ mascot - voting is on now and will be shaped entirely by fan feedback.

Team officials have seen all manner of options put forward: an eagle, sasquatch or a bear to play off the B.C. wildlife angle, or the Gastown Steam Clock or the English Bay Barge for the local landmark crowd. 

“We asked the public what a Warrior should be, and because a Warrior can be a somewhat ambiguous term, we took all the calls for submission that we could,” Fackler says. “We have had a lot of fun with this one.”

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