Wakefield tickets info

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Wakefield tickets info

Post by josie andrews » Wed Apr 10, 2019 4:14 pm

Tickets are still on sale for Friday night’s trip to Wakefield.

Warriors have received an allocation of approximately 800 tickets.

Prices - Adults £22, Over 65s £16, U17s £10.
Tickets are still on sale for Wigan’s trip to face Wakefield Trinity on Friday 12th April in the Betfred Super League (K.O. 7:45pm).
Last time the Warriors visited Wakefield in June 2018, Trinity came away with the two points, winning 32-16. Adrian Lam’s side will be hoping for a better result this time around.

For travelling fans, the club has received an allocation of approximately 800 tickets for the West Stand Terrace.

Ticket Prices

Adults - £22.00

Over-65s - £16.00

Under-17s - £10.00
Tickets bought on the day of the game will cost £3 more.

Junior Season Ticket holders can claim a free ticket in advance of the game by either visiting the Ticket Office or calling on 01942 311111. Free Junior STH tickets cannot be purchased online. These tickets will not be available from Wakefield on the day of the game.

Under-6s are admitted Free of Charge at Wakefield, and do not require a ticket.

Disabled Tickets

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

Please mark a standing ticket with ‘PLATFORM B’ to indicate it is a wheelchair ticket.

Off-sale dates

Phones and in person – 12pm on Friday 12th April

How to buy

You can call 01942 311111 or visit the DW Stadium Ticket office in person.

Coach Travel

To book your seat on the club’s official supporter’s coach, call the DW Stadium ticket office on 01942 311111 or buy online HERE.


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