Tickets for the 2021 Tim Horton Curling Trials in Saskatoon will be going on sale in April.

Starting April 9, tickets will be available to the trials which will see nine men's and nine women's teams competing for the right to represent Canada at the 2022 Olympics. The trials run November 20-28.

Curling Canada has acknowledged that the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic can very easily result in a change in ticketing plans, but that they, and the city of Saskatoon, are committed to keeping the vent as safe as possible for everyone involved. One every other row will be sold until public health officials announce that full capacity is allowed.

Ticket packages will be available online at Initially, for a limited time until April 25, fans will also be able to purchase tickets in person at the SaskTel Centre box office or by phone by calling (306) 938-7800 or 1-800-970-SEAT (7328).

  • Standard Full Event Package ($489)
  • Premium Full Event Package ($539) A limited number of AWAY-end and first-row upper-level seats will be made available.
  • Premium Home end ($579) A limited number of HOME-end seats will be available.
  • All ticket packages are subject to standard facility and ticket service fees. Weekend, weekday, and single-draw tickets will go on sale at a later date.

Each of the nine teams involved will play a single round-robin draw, with the top three teams moving ahead to playoffs, with second and third-place teams meeting in the semifinals, and the first-place team going straight to the finals.

On the men’s side, Team John Epping, Team Brad Gushue, Team Kevin Koe, Team Brad Jacobs, and Team Brendan Bottcher have all nailed down their berths into the Tim Hortons Curling Trials.

Women’s teams headed to Saskatoon in November are Team Rachel Homan, Team Jennifer Jones, Team Kerri Einarson, and Team Tracy Fleury.

The rest of the field will be determined by late October.

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