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Why Buy Teddy Bear Toss Tickets Early

Utica Teddy Bear Toss

Individual game tickets for the 2017-2018 Utica College Pioneers Men’s Hockey Season are now on sale, and that includes tickets for the 13th Annual New York Sash Teddy Bear Toss! Saturday December 9th versus Neumann University – a long-time rival.

We suggest buying your Teddy Bear Toss tickets right now, this very second.

Why? We have a few reasons. We’re seasoned Teddy Bear Toss experts.

  1. It will sell out.

    It always sells out. Always… Every year since 2011, the Teddy Bear Toss game has sold out before puck drop.

  2. It gives you more time to pick out your perfect teddy bear.

    It’s important you bring a new bear, of course. These aren’t just props, they are toys for kids in Utica.

  3. You want to make sure you have a decent seat, right?

    If you wait until last second, you’ll be stuck in a single seat in the last row. Nobody wants that.

  4. It’s just so cool!

    We always have so much fun at the game. Made In Utica was behind the glass and on the ice last year. Once UC scores, fans throw their teddy bears onto the ice and New York Sash family and friends pick them up, clean them off and ultimately distribute them.

  5. Ultimately, do it for the cause…

    The New York Sash Teddy Bear Toss provides a happy holiday to needy children in our community. Your participation in the Teddy Bear Toss guarantees your feel-good contribution this holiday season, as the toy you bring goes into the hand of a local child. For some, it might be the only toy they get.

We want to see you out there on December 9th, as Utica College takes on Neumann University in the New York Sash Teddy Bear Toss game. No excuses! As of right now, there’s *some* seats still available. So go ahead- get your tickets now.

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