2019-20 Blues Promotional & Giveaway Schedule
September 6, 2019
This season, the St. Louis Blues have some great giveaways. The promotional schedule is highlighted by some commemorative Stanley Cup championship merchandise that you can’t get anywhere else.
After years of coming up just short, the Blues finally got over the hump and lifted the Stanley Cup last summer. Along the way, they captured the hearts of hockey fans around the country and single-handedly propelled “Gloria” back into our collective consciousness. While it’ll be a challenge to repeat the feat this year, St. Louis is bringing back most of their team; that also means ticket prices will be on the higher side, but the product on the ice will be well worth it.
This year’s promotional schedule features a mixture of classic giveaways and some more unique items commemorating the franchise’s first title. There are two Stanley Cup-specific promos —a replica banner on October 5 and a miniature Stanley Cup on December 16—and plus some standard giveaways like knit caps and team yearbooks. Most giveaways are for 12,000 fans, so make sure to show up early so you don’t go home disappointed.
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- October 2: 2019-20 Calendar - Tickets From $304 🎟️
- October 5: Stanley Cup Replica Banner - Tickets From $78 🎟️
- October 17: Magnetic Schedule - Tickets From $29 🎟️
- November 30: Team Poster - Tickets From $29 🎟️
- December 16: Stanley Cup Replica - Tickets From $51 🎟️
- January 11: 2019-2020 Yearbook - Tickets From $87 🎟️
- January 15: NHL All-Star Tumbler - Tickets From $48 🎟️
- February 6: Winter Beanie - Tickets From $51 🎟️
- February 20: Blues Fleece Vest - Tickets From $41 🎟️
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