The Saskatoon EX is held at Prairieland Park at the corner of Ruth Street and Lorne Avenue.
Admission Entrances can be viewed on our interactive map of the EX Grounds
A search program will be in effect at all entrances. All visitors entering the Saskatoon EX agree and consent to reasonable examinations of containers, bags, backpacks and voluntary pat down searches. Thank you for your cooperation!
The parking lot shuttle will run from Prairieland Park’s parking lots (excluding Diefenbaker Park) to the Admission Entrances #4, #5 & #6 (Hall E and Main Foyer). The shuttle operates Tuesday to Sunday from 12:30pm to 12:15am.
EXHIBITION Police Station & Lost Children or Property
The Police Station is located adjacent to the Ruth Street Entrance and is staffed by the Saskatoon Police Service. This Station will handle all lost children and property. All lost property can be claimed at the Exhibition Police Station during the Saskatoon Ex. For any inquiries following the closing of the Exhibition, please visit the City Police Lost Property Department.
Children can obtain a wristband at one of 3 Lost Kids Kiosks, any Exhibition Information kiosk and the Exhibition Police Station. A phone number will be added to the wristband.
Banking Services (ATMs)
The Saskatoon EX does not accept credit cards at any entrance or on the midway. Automated Banking Machines are located at Ruth & Lorne, Main Entrance Trade Centre, in the Trade Centre Main Foyer , Hall C Foyer, Hall E Foyer, inside Hall E North end and adjacent to Kickin’ Horse Saloon.
Pricing is as follows:
Wheelchair & Double Stroller: $5.00/hr
Walkers & Single Strollers: $5.00/hr
(required for rentals)
Double & Single Strollers: $40.00
The parcel check station is located in the Trade Center Hall C Foyer and are $3.00 per bin. Limited bins are available.
Open daily from 12 noon – 12:15 a.m.
Can one person use the admission portion of the Superpass and another use the ride portion?
Yes, the admission and the ride portion can be used completely separately of one another on different days for different people.
Does the Superpass provide tickets for the midway games and pony rides?
No. Both games and pony rides require cash, as well as other feature rides not operated by North American Midway. Ie: Euro Bungy, Wobbly Water Balls or the Slingshot. Click here for our ATM locations.
Is there a maximum number of rides or time limit when using the Superpass?
No, when using the Superpass you can ride all day for any one day from opening to close on both the Main and Kidsville midways.
Does the Superpass get me into all the shows during the EX?
Yes. The Superpass includes a general admission and all the entertainment is free including the SaskTel Grandstand concerts.
Can I ride Saskatoon City Transit with my Superpass?
Yes. Show your Superpass ticket on the way to the fair and your wristband on the way home for Free transit rides on regular routes.
FASTPASSES / RIDES
How does the Fastpass (Midway Access Pass) work?
The Fastpass gives you “Front of the line” access to whichever ride you choose through a special gated entrance. A limited number of Fastpass tickets are sold daily and once this amount is reached Fastpass sales will be discontinued. A Superpass or Midway Tickets are required to get onto rides.
Is there a height restriction for some midway rides?
Children under 42” tall may be required to ride with a paying adult.
Do I need to pay to ride with my child?
Children under 42” may be required to ride some of the rides with a paying adult. Therefore any adult riding with a child, must also pay.
Does the person accompanying another person in a wheelchair have to pay admission?
No, anyone attending the fair in a wheelchair pays admission but their assistant is admitted for free.
Can I bring my pet (dog) to the fair?
No, only service dogs are permitted.
I can’t come now, can I get a refund?
All sales are final. No request for cancellations, changes or refunds is accepted. We cannot advise you what to do with your tickets.
I lost my printed ticket that I bought from the box office (administration or kiosk); can I get you to print them again?
Saskatoon Prairieland Park Ticket Sales is not responsible for lost or stolen tickets. It is your responsibility to keep your ticket safe. Lost or stolen tickets will not be replaced or refunded. Please treat your ticket like cash!
Can I bring in outside food or drinks to the EX?
Yes! Guests are permitted to bring outside food and non-alcoholic beverages to the Saskatoon EX. Alcohol of any kind or glass containers/bottles will NOT be permitted on the park.
Aug – 9/2018 – Due to the extreme heat during the Saskatoon EX, organizers will NOT be enforcing the container/water policy. All forms of bottled water WILL be allowed on the park. Sealed or unsealed containers containing water will be allowed through security. More Info…
Does the fair accept credit cards at for parking, admission entrances or midway?
Credit cards are only accepted at the Midway Ticket offices, they are not accepted at the entrances or for parking. ATM machines are located on the park at some entrances.
Hours of Operation, 12noon to Midnight daily.
SHOWS & ATTRACTIONS
Are there Chuckwagon Races at The EX?
No, there are no chuckwagon races this year at the Saskatoon EX.
Is there a wheelchair viewing section at the SaskTel Grandstand?
Yes, we do have wheelchair accessible seating at the Grandstand. All seating is first come first serve.
Can I bring a lawn chair into the SaskTel Grandstand?
No, lawn chairs are not permitted in the SaskTel Grandstand.
Can I buy a seat in the SaskTel Grandstand?
Yes, a limited number of seats are available for sale through our Premium Seat Program. Find out more on our Admissions page.
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