Heritage Classic Vancouver 2014 Tickets Now On Sale

BC Place Stadium

UPDATE: Tickets officially go on sale Thursday, December 5, 2013 at 12:30 p.m.: purchase online via Ticketmaster.

From earlier this year:

Early last month, the NHL confirmed that BC Place Stadium will host a Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic game between the Vancouver Canucks and the Ottawa Senators. Ticket prices for the 55,000-seat event have since been announced.

Heritage Classic Vancouver Canucks

The match is scheduled for Sunday, March 2, 2014. The NHL is hoping for an open roof at the Vancouver game, although in all likelihood the retractable roof will probably be closed given the wet weather the city normally experiences in early-March.

Not surprisingly, and very much unlike the first rows at Rogers Arena, the first few rows (highlighted in red colour on the seating chart below) at the big game held at BC Place will be the cheapest tickets at the stadium given the poor sight-lines to the artificial ice surface located in the middle of the stadium floor. The best seats in the house are located in the upper sections of the lower bowl and the lower sections of the upper bowl.

Click on image for enlarged seating chart.

Heritage Classic Vancouver 2014 Ticket Prices

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  • Lexie D

    How is this a “leak”? And how are these “rumoured” prices? They’re on Canucks.com… they’re the pricing for the STH pre-sale that starts on Tuesday.


  • Jimmy

    Pretty expensive for seats where you’ll be looking at the giant HD screen only.

  • Tam Swarte

    Damn, those are expensive. I thought they’d give folks a break by making the seats cheap; due to the fact that the stadium seats 60k. Despite this, it will still sell-out, guaranteed.

  • Anonymouse

    Can’t believe there’s people willing to pay this much for so little. Sports are so pedantic. We should use sports to decide important things like economic gifts from the federal government. ie. if the Canucks win, Vancouver will get the 1 billion grant for skytrain, and Ottawa’s OC line can suck it. But when there’s no meaning attached to the endgame, it’s all just pointless shananigans for selling expensive tickets, beer and jerseys.

  • ZOOM

    That’s a lot of space that separates the RED section from the rink glass…
    @tamswarte:disqus Should have mutiny from the fans! They wouldn’t go forward with an empty rink, right?

  • Jeff Talbott

    I think I’ll pass. Fly to Phoenix to watch a game and probably still save money.

  • AmanK

    Yesterday during the presale I saw tickets for $63. Anybody know where those seats will be? I’m guessing standing room.

  • AmanK

    It’s called having fun and enjoying yourself :)