Salford ticket info

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Salford ticket info

Post by josie andrews » Mon Mar 04, 2019 2:17 pm

Wigan take on Salford Red Devils in Round 7 of the Betfred Super League at the A J Bell Stadium on Sunday 24th March

Tickets on sale from Tuesday 5th March to season ticket holders

Adult tickets £25, Concessions £20 and Juniors £7

Wigan Warriors make the trip to the A J Bell Stadium on 24th March to face Salford Red Devils in Round 7 of the Betfred Super League with tickets going on sale from Tuesday 5th March.

The two sides have met already in 2019 with Wigan making the trip to Salford in pre-season, overcoming the Red Devils 18-28.

Wigan have received an allocation of 1,100 tickets for away fans looking to make the short journey to the AJ Bel Stadium which will be positioned in the East Stand. Seating is unreserved.

On-sale dates

Season Ticket Holders – Tuesday 5th March (4 per Season Ticket Holder).

Loyal 18 Members – Thursday 7th March

General Sale – Friday 8th March
Ticket Prices

Adults - £25.00

Over-65s - £20.00

Students - £20.00

Under-17s - £7.00
Tickets purchased on the day of the game will cost £2 more than the above rate.

Junior Season Ticket holders and Under-6s can claim a free ticket in advance of the game by either visiting the Ticket Office or calling on 01942 311111. Under-6s and Free Junior STH tickets cannot be purchased online.

Disabled Tickets

Ambulant disabled tickets are priced as above, with a carer ticket issued Free of Charge.

Wheelchair tickets are available directly from Salford, by calling 0161 786 1574.

Online – 4pm on Wednesday 20th March

Phone line and in person – 5pm on Friday 22nd March

How to buy

You can buy your tickets in three ways. Purchase online with our eticket store -

Call the DW Stadium Ticket Office on 01942 311111

Visit the DW Stadium Ticket Office in person ... RdX05TR.99
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