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How to score tickets to Penguins Game 5

Written by Kaitlin O'Dougherty on .

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Do you need to score tickets to the Penguins game Thursday night but don't want to fork out over a grand to do so? Well we found a few ways for you to try to get your hands on some. There are several giveaways and contests to enter for these coveted tickets.

Check out St. Anthony's Festival and enter until Thursday at 12 p.m. to win two tickets to Game 5. Raffle tickets can be purchased for $50 each and all proceeds go to the festival's mission to promote Italian American tradition in Pittsburgh. The seats are in Section 105 Row Q. According to a post on eventbrite.com the winner will be selected by a Parish priest and a retired federal judge at 1 p.m. The winner will be notified immediately by email.

According to 96.1 KISS, listeners can also win tickets from First Niagara. They said to listen to their station at 7, 8 and 9 a.m. to hear the name of a Penguins player announced each hour. The first person to call at 9 a.m Thursday and correctly name all three players announced will win the tickets. First Niagara Market Executive Dave Hammer will award the tickets on the station.

Forever Media out of Johnstown, Pa., also got in on the action. Participants may register once at any of these contest sponsor locations for two tickets. Registration ends at 12 p.m. Thursday and a winner will be announced on WRKW-FM, WFGI-FM, WKYE-FM, WCCl-FM, WJHT-FM, WNTJ-AM, and WLLI-AM.

Enter to win Penguins tickets and save animals at the same time. Animal Rescue League Shelter and Wildlife Center tweeted that each $25 donation to the shelter enters participants to win two tickets to Game 5 in Section 107. This contest ends at 9 a.m. Thursday.

If you are willing to pay an arm and a leg for tickets there are several still left on NHL ticket exchange. Now let's go Penguins! 

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