100th Grey Cup Pre-Sale ends Dec. 2nd 2:00pm EST

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TORONTO – To celebrate the one-year countdown to the historic 100th Grey Cup championship, Toronto’s 100th Grey Cup Festival Committee will be offering an exclusive 100-hour nationwide general public access window to 100th Grey Cup tickets, beginning at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time on Monday, November 28. Fans from across the country will be able to place a $50 deposit per ticket, guaranteeing their place at this once-in-a-lifetime cultural and sporting event. Once this window is over, access to tickets will once again go back in the vault and will not be available for purchase to the general public until June 2012.

Chris Rudge, Chairman and CEO, 100th Grey Cup Festival, commented, “We are excited to allow fans from across this great nation a chance to secure their seats to this monumental game ahead of the general public on-sale and begin to plan their trips to Toronto to take part in all that the Festival will offer. Demand for the 100th Grey Cup game is very high and we encourage fans to take advantage of the access period now to avoid disappointment.?

During the 100 hour period, which takes place from Monday, November 28 at 10:00 a.m. EST until Friday, December 2 at 2:00 p.m. EST, fans can log onto http://www.100thgreycupfestival.ca and place a deposit on up to 8 tickets. Fans can also request a specific seat category, subject to availability, with prices ranging from $150 - $399. Argos season ticket holders will receive first access, ahead of the general public, to their same seats or equivalent. The 100 hour window purchasers will receive seat assignments following Argos season ticket holders and the CFL.

http://www.tsn.ca/cfl/story/?id=381549

Toronto – The 100th Grey Cup Festival Committee is thrilled to announce that during the first 12 hours of the 100-hour general public access window, Canadian football fans locked up more than 10,000 tickets to the big game!

To celebrate the one-year countdown to the historic 100th Grey Cup championship, Toronto's 100th Grey Cup Festival Committee has offered an exclusive 100-hour nationwide general public access window to 100th Grey Cup tickets. The window opened at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time on Monday, November 28. Fans from across the country have been able to place a $50 deposit per ticket, guaranteeing their place at this once-in-a-lifetime cultural and sporting event. Once this window is over, access to tickets will not be available for purchase by the general public until June 2012.

During the 100 hour period, which takes place from Monday, November 28 at 10:00 a.m. EST until Friday, December 2 at 2:00 p.m. EST, fans can log onto http://www.100thgreycupfestival.ca and place a deposit on up to 8 tickets. Fans can also request a specific seat category, subject to availability, with prices ranging from $150 - $399. Argos season ticket holders will receive first access, ahead of the general public, to their same seats or equivalent. The 100 hour window purchasers will receive seat assignments following Argos season ticket holders and the CFL.

I'll be there, have to love this pic of Rosedale Field in Toronto, 1909 first official Grey Cup:

http://cfl.uploads.mrx.ca/league/images/en/inside/2010/06/Grey_Cup_2012_Rosedale_14848.jpg

15,000 now sold during the pre-sale, thats not including season ticket holders :thup:

Nicholson speaks about it during the press conference.

http://argonauts.ca/video/index/id/22645

I signed up for a couple o' ducats :smiley: