Memorial Cup In London-Tickets??

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    I believe the mem cup tix are sold out anyone know what the face value of them are? and how many games are being played?
     
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    I have front row tickets for all the games !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :handclap: :handclap:

    I think London pre sold 6000-7000 ticket packages and I believe the rest are sold out now....

    I'm so excited :yo: :yo:

    And there is one game per day so 8-10 games I believe
     
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    Thats great, how mcu you pay per seat? or if u got them hooked up whats the value of the seats?

    Thanks
     
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    I paid $350 for the whole tourney, i'm not sure if I tried selling how much I could get. I wouldn't sell anyways.

    I had tickets to the London-Guelph record breaking game and heard a guy beside me say he sold 2 tickets for $1,000/per ticket (on Ebay) and I almost spit out my drink!!
     
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    Surely ther are tickets set aside for fans of other teams, no?
     
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    nope, all the tickets have been sold out. that might mean to the general public and they have some left for family and fans of the other teams... but this is from the London Knights website under Memorial CUp 2005 and tickets:

    "Tickets for the 2005 MasterCard Memorial Cup are now sold out. Thank you for your support of the London Knights and the 2005 MasterCard Memorial Cup.

    Memorial Cup tickets will be available for distribution to confirmed recipients at the end of March 2005" <----------------------------------thats ME
     
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    since London KNights are hosting the Memorial cup this means they will automatically qualify for it, where will the 4th team come from if the Knights win the OHL championship as well.
     
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    Nevermind... I got the answer I was lookign for it will be the team who plays London in the OHL finals. :D
     
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