Students tickets will be available on campus beginning Wednesday, September 5 at Rodney’s House in Alumni Hall or the Athletics Welcome Centre. Student tickets include transportation. Fans can also purchase tickets online on game day at the TD Place box office.
Panda ticket provides free transportation through OC Transpo. There will be increased frequency of buses three hours before and after the game.
Event security will have ZERO TOLERANCE for students who are visibly intoxicated and/or attempting to bring alcohol into the facility. Students will have their tickets revoked with no opportunity for refunds or re-entry. To steal a line from the OLG – “Know your limit, play within it.” Here are some tips from Ottawa Public Health on how to #PartySafe at Panda.
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How much are tickets?
Student tickets are only $25.
Can I bring a bag with me?
No. There will be a strict no bag policy at the door so please leave your bags at home. Small purses are permitted but they will be inspected by security at the door. Reminder nothing can be left on the shuttle buses.
Can I bring my umbrella?
Yes you can bring your umbrella into TD Place but you are not permitted to open it while in your seat.
Can I drink alcohol at the game?
Fans with a valid photo I.D. will be able to purchase alcoholic beverages at TD Place. Overly intoxicated fans will not be permitted to use the shuttles, enter the stadium, or attend the game. Please drink responsibly.
What gate do I enter on game day?
Ravens fans can enter at Gate 1 & 2 and Frank Clair Way. If you are taking the shuttle from Carleton you will be dropped off on the east side of Bank street close to this entrance and the North side stands. It is also important to note there is a no re-entry policy in effect for the event.
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