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10-19-2005, 02:28 AM
I updates some stuff! Parking info and ticket prices mostly...I found a better map, too.

Arena/Ticket Info
Pats games are at the Brandt Centre (formerly the Agridome) located in Regina Exhibition Park. Parking is free and there are entrances at Lewvan Drive or at Elphinstone Street.
Hours: Monday-Saturday 10:00AM - 6:00PM (Game Days 10:00AM-9:00PM)
Phone: 781.9300
Tollfree: 1.888.734.3975

Ticket Prices
ADULT - $15.00
STUDENT/SENIOR (60+) - $12.00
CHILD (12 & Under) - $5.00
DISABLED - $5.00
DISCOUNT TICKETS - $6.00 There are a LIMITED number of tickets available only at SAFEWAY for $6.00, but they can only be bought on game day so go early. They're for the Safeway Fun Zone...bleachers in the east end.
GROUP RATES - There are group rates available for 20+, 50+ or 100+ people...it's too much information to post here and probably not worth the space so you can go here (http://www.reginapats.com/modules.php?name=Sections&op=viewarticle&artid=19) to get the group rates.

There are all kinds of concessions available at the Brandt Centre, pretty much standard things...Beer (Molson), Coke products, pizza, mini donuts, burgers, fries, hot dogs, ice cream, sno cones, they have big pretzels but they're always out :(, popcorn...all those sorts of things. There is also a Mr. Sub and Tim Horton's inside the west end entrance. As with most arenas, concessions can get pretty pricey.

Noise Makers
They sell little horns at the Neutral Zone, I think you can still bring those big ones in, but they don't sell them. I believe they also sell cowbells. No air horns allowed. Anything else?

The Neutral Zone has memorabilia and clothing for everyone from babies to adults! I think prices are pretty average, nothing too outrageous. If you check out their sale stuff you can get a great deal sometimes. If you want to take a look to see what's available, or prices check out the Neutral Zone ((http://shop.reginapats.com/) ) online. Game day programs are available on the main concourse. I don't know if you'd consider 50/50 tickets merchandise, but they are also available on the main concourse.

Game Day Activities
There are all kinds of contests for fans to take part in throughout the games, as well as the usual intermission entertainment/contests. Once in awhile they'll do something special, usually though, it's just the usual contests that fans take part in. And the TimBits are always a treat! There's usually something else going on somewhere on the main concourse during games. Auctions, games for kids, some sort of show and tell from a sponsor, things like that. If there's one thing the Pats do right, it's advertising.

Other Arena Info
The box office and Neutral Zone are both located at the main entrance on the east side of the building. It's a smoke-free facility, but there are ashtrays right outside the main doors. Visiting team bench is on the west end of the building. The OT Lounge is just to the NE of the Brandt Centre in the Queensbury Centre (the Pats do their post game show there, so you can go in, have a drink and watch them do the show.) There's a Tim Horton's right next door, too.http://i130.photobucket.com/albums/p277/BrannyMuffin/16724s.gif

Information About Regina
Some websites to check out:
http://www.inregina.com - a ton more information than I could ever give you here, has movie listings, flight information, weather, road conditions, maps, news, local events, gas prices, the works...check it out
http://www.regina.ca - City of Regina website...links to a lot of websites having to do with attractions and events.
http://www.tourismregina.com - information about things to do, where to go, where to stay, etc.
http://www.reginaonline.net - same kind of deal as inRegina...not so much detail from what I can tell
http://www.reginadowntown.ca - has information about what's going on downtown
http://www.reginatransit.com - bus routes, fares, news, etc.

Casino Regina (http://www.casinoregina.com)
Globe Theatre (http://www.globetheatrelive.com)
Royal Saskatchewan Museum (http://www.royalsaskmuseum.ca)
Saskatchewan Science Centre and Kramer Imax Theatre (http://www.sasksciencecentre.com)
Mackenzie Art Gallery (http://www.mackenzieartgallery.sk.ca)
RCMP Museum (http://www.rcmpmuseum.com)
Firefighters Museum and Training Centre
Regina Plains Museum (http://www.reginaplainsmuseum.com)
Wascana Centre (http://www.wascana.sk.ca)

Regina has more restaurants per capita than any other city in Canada...TONS of great places to eat. I'm not even going to begin to list them all...A lot of franchise type restaurants on South Albert (The Keg, Montanas, Kelsey's, Tony Roma's, etc). More unique restaurants can be found downtown (Alfredo's, Michi's, O'Hanlon's, Roca Jack's...all on the same street!) Anywhere you go, there's someplace to suit your needs!

Getting Around
Bus service is okay. Not terribly convenient and can take awhile but most of the drivers are great!

Cab Companies:
Capital Cab
Chuck's Accessible Cabs (wheelchair accessible vans)
Co-op Taxi
Discount Taxi
Premiere Taxi
Regina Cabs

Car Rentals-
There are a lot of smaller companies that I won't bother listing, but you can find them here (http://www.foundlocally.com/Regina/Trans/Trans-RentalCarsListing.htm)

The hotels closest to the Brandt Centre would be those downtown.
Ramada (www.the.ramada.com/regina11851)
Quality Hotel (www.qualityregina.com/)
Delta (http://www4.deltahotels.com/hotels/hotels.php?hotelId=6)
Radisson Plaza Hotel Saskatchewan (www.hotelsask.com/)
Regina Inn (www.reginainn.com/)
Holiday Inn Express (http://www.hiexpress.com)
For some hotels in other areas: Regina Hotels (http://www.reginahotels.net/)

02-06-2008, 06:09 PM
hey this is some great stuff, i recently moved out to a farm out side of moosomin and i have been lisening to the pats games on the radio, when i was in saskatoon i always went to the blades games whenever i could but now that i have been tuning to the pats games, ive grown a liking to them. so i like the info you gave because i was thinking of making a trip to see the pats in action.

02-08-2008, 01:51 PM
Bus service is okay. Not terribly convenient and can take awhile but most of the drivers are great!

umm not in Saskatchewan let alone Regina, lol

02-08-2008, 04:04 PM
Bus service is okay. Not terribly convenient and can take awhile but most of the drivers are great!

umm not in Saskatchewan let alone Regina, lol
I meant that they're friendly and helpful, which most of them are.

02-11-2008, 07:49 PM
ya thanks for the bus tips eh :) i am really looking forward to maybe going to a PATS game! maybe the playoffs punk rock