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EC Peiting reports important news for season ticket holders

2021-06-20T15:53:45.259Z

The ice hockey league team EC Peiting has tightened its test game program. On top of that, there is news for those fans who bought a season ticket last year.



The ice hockey league team EC Peiting has tightened its test game program.

On top of that, there is news for those fans who bought a season ticket last year.

Peiting - In view of the low incidence figures and the course of the pandemic (including the increasing vaccinations), those responsible at EC Peiting are confident: "We are currently assuming that we will be able to play in front of spectators for the coming season," says Harald Wörnzhofer, head of ticketing at the top division . Therefore, there is now also new news for those fans who have purchased a regular season ticket for the past season: There is the option of either claiming your money back on the advance booking dates or getting a free season ticket for the new season 2021/2022. The advance booking dates will be announced.

The aforementioned regulation expressly does not apply to the "Zamsteh-Ticket", which the ECP offered last season. This ticket was intended as a special support for the club - even if the season ended prematurely as a result of the corona pandemic, a discount was not provided. "We would like to thank all owners of such a card", said ECXP spokesman Simon Fritzenschaft. For them, “we are currently thinking of some kind of bonus”.

The planning for the coming season is also “taking on more organizational form,” says Fritzenschaft. Team manager Gordon Borberg has created a test game program. This comprises a total of six games. The dates and the opponents: Friday, September 3rd:

RB Salzburg II

(7.30 p.m. / in Peiting). Sunday, September 5th:

RB Salzburg II

(3 p.m. / away). Friday, September 17th:

EHC Kempten

(7.30 p.m. / away from home). Friday, September 24th:

EV Lindau

(7.30 p.m. / in Peiting); Sunday, September 26th:

EA Schongau

(5 p.m. / away from home). Friday October 1st:

EV Füssen

(7.30 p.m. / in Peiting).

Source: merkur

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