Huddersfield ticket information

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Huddersfield ticket information

Post by josie andrews » Thu Feb 28, 2019 12:57 pm

Wigan take on Huddersfield in Round 5 of the Betfred Super League at the DW Stadium on Friday 8th March

Wigan look to return to winning ways at the DW Stadium following defeat to Hull FC

Adult tickets from £23, Concessions from £16 and Juniors from £10

Adrian Lam’s Wigan Warriors will be looking to return to winning ways at the DW following their defeat to Hull FC when they take on Huddersfield Giants on Friday 8th March (K.O. 7:45pm).


The Warriors face a Huddersfield side who have not travelled well this season, losing their only away trip 27-10 to Catalans Dragons in Round 2. Last time they visited the DW Stadium in March 2018 Wigan won comfortably 48-10 with braces from Tom Davies and Joe Burgess. You can watch back highlights or even the full game on Wigan TV HERE.

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Joe Burgess try vs Huddersfield Giants last March


Tickets
Tickets are available from:

Adults - £23

Over 60s - £17

16-21s - £16

Juniors for £10

Under 5s go free
Membership holders can get a reduced price on their match ticket. For more information, please visit our Matchday Tickets page HERE.

You can get tickets for this fixture in a number of ways. Buy online by clicking HERE, call the DW Stadium Ticket Office on 01942 311111 or visit the ticket office in person.

Travel
Whether you are arriving by plane, train or automobile, you can find all the information on how to reach the DW Stadium HERE.

For those looking to catch the bus, the club has a number of organised routes to enable fans to get to the Stadium in plenty of time. You can find all of the information HERE.

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