Waterloo hockey fans can claim prizes during a Black Hawks-themed scavenger hunt Friday when the Hawks host the Omaha Lancers. Meanwhile, those planning to attend Saturday’s game against the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders are encouraged to order their tickets early, with one of the largest crowds of the season anticipated.
The Hawks’ Subway Family Four Pack is available on Friday evening. For $49, fans will receive four Attack Zone tickets, vouchers for four Subway 6” combos, four chuck-a-pucks, and two One-Timer game programs.
Between enjoying tasty sandwiches on the way to the rink and watching a terrific game, each fan will be given a list of scavenger hunt items to seek when they arrive at Young Arena. After locating each element, fans must upload a photo to social media in order to officially complete the task.
The first 30 fans to work through the entire list will be rewarded with special prizes including signed memorabilia, tickets to future games, food and drink vouchers, and more.
To inspire the scavenger hunting spirit, each day this week the Black Hawks will be hiding a four pack of tickets somewhere in the Cedar Valley. Stay tuned to the Black Hawks social media outlets for hints on where these tickets are located. If you are the person to locate the tickets, please take a selfie and post it to the Black Hawks social media accounts to verify that you’ve won.
As for Saturday, advanced ticket sales are on pace to make the rivalry matchup against the RoughRiders one of the best-attended games of the season. At this time, some sections have been completely filled. To ensure fans have access to their preference of remaining seats, the Hawks recommend everyone planning to attend the game place their orders with the Domino’s Black Hawks Box Office as early as possible.
Tickets can be ordered by calling (319) 291-7680 or online around the clock from waterlooblackhawks.com.
The game is presenteded by Lincoln Savings Bank. Lincoln Savings Bank has 16 bank branches throughout Central Iowa with 3 locations right here in Cedar Falls and Waterloo.