108th Grey Cup and Grey Cup Festival Tickets
Fans wishing to attend the game will be able to choose from several different price points ranging from $110-$125 for Pil Country and $199-$475 for bowl seating.
Changes to the regular Rider game seating map include a new emerald section and an expansion of Pil Country – one of our most popular stadium sections.
Fans wishing to purchase Grey Cup tickets can get immediate access by purchasing 2020 Roughrider season tickets.
Single seats for the game open to the public on June 16, while Grey Cup Festival tickets are expected to go on sale in mid to late June.
For more information on ticket prices, please visit www.riderville.com/grey-cup-2020-information/ for details.
EXPERIENCE CANADA’S LARGEST GREY CUP CELEBRATION
Celebrate with us as we prepare for the most exciting and electric event in Canada, the 108th Grey Cup!
Starting November 17, fans can participate in the biggest Grey Cup Festival yet with over 100 acres of space for festivities. The Grey Cup Village will be held on one footprint at Evraz Place with exciting events like the Festival kickoff party, concert, tailgate parties, team party rooms and so much more.
Festival details and events will be announced in early spring. Check back often for all your ticketing information and what’s to come!
For more information on tickets, events or general questions, please contact us at info@GreyCupFestival.ca.
The championship game is a sought-after ticket, so buying early ensures season ticket holders get in on the action. Season ticket holders who renew – as well as new season ticket holders – also save $25 off the ticket price.
Season ticket holders in other CFL markets will have an exclusive purchase window that begins on April 20. Non-season ticket holders will get access on June 16 when tickets go on sale to the public.
Tickets for the 108th Grey Cup go on sale to the general public on June 16.
The Saskatchewan Roughrider Football Club will monitor ticket sales closely to ensure there will be seats still available to the general public when they go on sale June 16.
Many existing Rider season ticket holders have had their tickets for many years, and they’ll be given the earliest access to Grey Cup 2020 tickets. They have first right of refusal on the seats they sit in during the regular season, but they have the option to choose other seats of equal or lesser value during the ticket exchange window in early 2020. It means existing season ticket holders could possibly end up selecting seats where new season ticket holders sit throughout the season. New season ticket holders will have an opportunity to sit somewhere else in the stadium where there are many desirable seats available should their seats be unavailable for the Grey Cup game.
The Saskatchewan Roughrider Football Club is looking into adding a limited number of additional seats.
Mosaic Stadium is known for its great fan experience as a social venue that allows people to gather around the stadium to connect with others and enjoy events. Adding too many more seats beyond normal capacity would take away from the social experience and cause congestion in the concourse areas. It would also create long line-ups for concessions, beverages and washrooms. Temporary seats would not offer the comfort of the stadium’s permanent seats, and the cost would be high, which would ultimately lead to higher Grey Cup ticket prices across the stadium. For that reason, the Saskatchewan Roughrider Football Club is looking at a limited number of additional seats as well as other ticketed opportunities like viewing parties for fans to take in the Grey cup experience.
The Saskatchewan Roughrider Football Club looked at the 2013 Grey Cup in historic Mosaic Stadium as a benchmark. They also consulted with previous Grey Cup hosts and reviewed their pricing strategies. There are many ticket price options so fans can enjoy the championship game.