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Be the first to get your Games pass to attend the 2023 Canada Winter Games! From February 18 – March 5, 2023, the Games will bring together 3,600 athletes, managers, and coaches, across 20 different sports, for the largest multi-sport event in the country. You don’t want to miss out!

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Where can I purchase tickets for the 2023 Canada Games?

Select passes are currently available online through Ticketmaster and in-person at the Credit Union Place Box Office located at 511 Notre Dame Street in Summerside, PE.

What type of tickets are available for purchase?

Both individual and family weekly passes are available for purchase. For a full list of passes please visit the pricing grid at the top of this page. 

Weekly passes give access to all sport competitions and venues during the specific week, with the exception of Opening and Closing Ceremonies and medal rounds for Boxing, Curling, Ice Hockey, Ringette and Wheelchair Basketball.

Passes for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies, and select medal rounds must be purchased separately and will be available at a later date. Day passes and single venue tickets will also become available closer to Games-time.



When will I receive my tickets for the passes I purchased?

When purchasing tickets through the Ticketmaster website, you will have the following options: 

  • Electronic pass sent to your smartphone
  • Physical lanyard pass (available until November 4, 2022). Physical passes will be mailed out in time for the holiday season. All other tickets purchased after November 4, 2022 will be electronic or hard stock.

Are there any discounts on ticket prices?

Yes! There is a special early bird price available for families who purchase a two-week pass (Wowkwis Family Pack) until March 31, 2022.

Seniors over the age of 65 and youth under the age of 16 will receive a 20% discount upon purchase.



Do I have to purchase a ticket for my child?

Children under the age of five are free to enter ticketed venues with an adult; only one child per adult ticket/pass.

Are 2023 Games tickets and passes transferable?

Yes, passes are transferable, but may only be used for the admission of one person at any event. For more information please visit the Ticketmaster Purchase Policy.


Can tickets be returned or exchanged?

The 2023 Canada Games does not offer general refunds or exchanges. However, refund and exchanges may be granted under limited circumstances as per the Ticketmaster Purchase Policy.

What if my ticket is lost, misplaced, or stolen?

In the event of a lost, misplaced or stolen ticket that was purchased online please contact Ticketmaster for assistance. 


Are there any free events?

Yes! Admission to the following venues to view sport competition is free of charge:

  • Cross Country Ski, Biathlon & Para Nordic at Mark Arendz Ski Park at Brookvale
  • Snowboard, Freestyle Ski & Para Alpine at Mark Arendz Ski Park at Brookvale
  • Freestyle Ski, Alpine Ski & Para Alpine at Crabbe Mountain in Fredericton, NB
  • Speed Skating – Long Track at the Halifax Oval in Halifax, NS

Are spectators required to be vaccinated?

The health and safety of all Canada Games participants and the people who live, work and play in the communities hosting the Games is of the utmost importance. With that being said, the Canada Games Council has implemented a mandatory vaccine policy for all participants of the Games. Spectators at the 2023 Canada Games will be subject to the public health requirements of the respective host communities and/or the policies of the host venues at the time of the Games.

Learn more about the Canada Games Council Vaccination Policy.


What family members are included in a Wowkwis Family Pass? What if I have a large family, can I purchase additional tickets?

Two adults and two youth (under 16) are included in a Wowkwis Family Pack. Each additional child is an additional $100 for a two week pass, and $75 for a one week pass. 


What sports are included in a Week 1 Pass?

Weekly passes give access to all sport competitions and venues during the specific week, with the exception of Opening and Closing Ceremonies and medal rounds for: Boxing, Curling, Ice Hockey, Ringette and Wheelchair Basketball.

For a full list of sports during Week 1 visit 2023canadagames.ca/schedule


What sports are included in a Week 2 Pass?

Weekly passes give access to all sport competitions and venues during the specific week, with the exception of Opening and Closing Ceremonies and medal rounds for: Boxing, Curling, Ice Hockey, Ringette and Wheelchair Basketball.

For a full list of sports during Week 2 visit 2023canadagames.ca/schedule


Is there reserved seating available at venues?

All 2023 Canada Winter Games ticketed venues are first-come, first-seated general seating. Opening and Closing Ceremonies and certain medal rounds will have reserved assigned seating.


Can I leave a venue and re-enter with the same ticket?

If a ticket holder leaves a venue, they can return but are not guaranteed a seat within the venue.


Are venues accessible?

Yes! All indoor competition venues provide accessible seating options for spectators. Accessible options are also available at outdoor venues; however, weather conditions may limit the options we are able to provide.


Does the 2023 Canada Games cater to spectators with accessible needs?

Yes! We are committed to providing an accessible Games with accessible seating available in all 2023 Games competition venues.


I am a person who uses a wheelchair and needs to attend with a companion. Does my companion need to pay for a ticket?

No! Only one ticket is required for both a spectator with a disability and their companion/support person.


I am partially visually impaired and need to attend my session with a companion. Does my companion need to pay for a ticket?

No! Only one ticket is required for both a spectator with a disability and their companion/support person.


Is there accessible parking for spectators at every competition venue?

Yes, all competition venues have accessible parking, these spaces can be accessed on a first-come, first-served basis for vehicles with a valid accessible parking placard. 


Are service dogs permitted in Games venues?

Service dogs/animals are permitted in all competition venues, but must be identified. 


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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

For more information on Ticketmaster's Purchase Policy and Terms & Conditions, please download the Ticket Disclaimer using the link below. Event times and dates are subject to change. Please visit 2023canadagames.ca/Schedule for the most up to date sport schedule.

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