BEMIDJI, Minn. – As the Beavers men’s hockey team makes its final playoff push and contends for a conference title, Bemidji State University and the Sanford Center today announced new discount ticket pricing and a premium dining option, both available for all six home games remaining in the regular season.
The two new Playoff Push ticket deals are $7 youth tickets (including fees) and $16 adult tickets (including fees) for the three remaining Friday games.
In addition, the Sanford Center is offering a first-time upgrade in its Club section. For $55, fans will get a Club seat that includes a deluxe all-you-can-eat buffet, with a mix of entrees and quick grab-and-go stations. Club section season ticket holders and suite members can also take enjoy the new premium buffet for just $15 per person, per game.
The menu for this weekend’s all-inclusive Playoff Push buffet includes: brisket, pulled pork and smoked chicken, along with baked beans, hush puppies, herb butter fingerling potatoes and a salad bar from Bodien’s Bodacious BBQ. (Liquor and beer not included.) In addition, popcorn, soft pretzels and freezes will be available.
To participate in Playoff Push deals, or for questions, please call the Sanford Center Box office at (218) 441-4031 or visit the Bob Lowth Ford Pickup Window on game day.
Bemidji State closes its home season with Ferris State University Jan. 20-21, Michigan Tech Feb. 3-4 and wraps up the regular season with defending WCHA regular-season champion Minnesota State University, Mankato Feb. 24-25.
The Beavers, now 15-8-3 overall and 15-3-2-2 in WCHA play, were the first member team to clinch a spot in the 2017 playoffs and now set their focus on securing one of four opportunities to host the first round of the playoffs, March 3-5. Owning a 10-point lead over MTU and the rest of the field with five weekend’s left in the regular season, first-place BSU’s fate is in own hands.
Nestled in Northern Minnesota’s wooded region and located on the shore of Lake Bemidji, Bemidji State University sponsors 15 varsity athletic programs with NCAA Division I men’s and women’s hockey membership in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, while its 13 NCAA Division II programs hold membership in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference.