The Bracknell Bees has announced a special offer to its fans – a chance to be a VIP without spending any extra money.
The ice hockey team, which has two great fixtures coming up on Sunday, January 24 and 31, is inviting supporters to join them in the hospitality suite without paying any extra.
The special offer will allow fans to enjoy an exclusive hospitality suite experience for the same price as regular admission. But as there are limited numbers for the games, the tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Games take place at John Nike Ice Rink in Bracknell on Sundays. Doors open at 5.15pm and face-off is at 6pm. Both games are against the Swindon Wildcats.
The VIP offer includes:
– Match tickets (all ticket types are available including juniors, concessions & families)
– Fast track access past the queue & great viewing sightlines to watch the action
– Access to an exclusive fully licensed bar with a range of hot food beers, wines, spirits, juices and soft drinks and, best of all, the famous Bracknell Bees Slapshot craft ale available to buy.
There are only 30 seats available per game.
For full details or to order, click here.
And, that’s not all. The Bracknell Bees is offering an exclusive 12-pack of its famous Slap Shot ale. Anyone buying a case for £30 will be able to have the case handed to them on the ice by a Bees player in a special presentation ceremony. It includes a presentation photograph as well as the ale.
The tasting notes for Slap Shot Ale reveal that it is a pale amber coloured, full bodied craft ale with a deliciously bitter citrus tang. A light and refreshing, easy drinking beer, the ale is best enjoyed with beef, cheeses and pies, but also makes an excellent accompaniment to lighter bites such as quiches, salads and pâté.
The beer is brewed exclusively for the club by Bellingers Brewery, a specialist micro-brewery located in the Vale of White Horse near Wantage, Oxfordshire.
Anyone taking advantage of the Slap Shot Ale offer must be aged 18 or over. For more details, click here.