Tickets for the first outdoor match to be held at an International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Junior Championships will go on general sale on September 25, it has been announced.
USA Hockey members are among those who will have the first opportunity to purchase tickets for the match between the United States and Canada at the 2018 edition of the event in Buffalo.
Individual game tickets will go on sale as part of an exclusive pre-sale opportunity for USA Hockey members, Buffalo Bills season ticket members, Buffalo Sabres season ticket holders and My One Buffalo members on September 21 and 22.
It includes the first-ever outdoor match to be staged at the World Junior Championships.
The game between the two North American rivals is scheduled to take place on December 29 at the Ralph Wilson Stadium, home of NFL American football franchise the Buffalo Bills.
Tickets have been priced at between $45 (£34/€37) and $110 (£83/€91) for the match.
They will then be put on general sale on September 25.
It will be the second time a match has been held outdoors after 77,803 fans, a world record attendance at the time, turned out to watch the opening game of the 2010 IIHF World Championships in Gelsenkirchen, Germany.
All additional preliminary round individual game tickets will be available to the general public on September 29.
USA Hockey members, Buffalo Bills season ticket members, Buffalo Sabres season ticket holders and My One Buffalo members will be able to snap up tickets for the event during a pre-sale on September 27 and 28.
The IIHF has confirmed preliminary round games featuring the United States and Canada will start between $20 (£15/€17) and $110.
Matches involving all other competing nations at the tournament, scheduled to run from December 26 to January 5, have been priced at between $10 (£7.50/€8.30) and $45.