Warrington ticket info

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Warrington ticket info

Post by josie andrews » Wed Apr 24, 2019 5:48 pm

Tickets on sale to Season Ticket and membership holders from 9am, Thursday 25th April

On General Sale from 1:15pm Saturday 27th April

Wigan face Warrington in Round six of the Coral Challenge Cup on Sunday 12th May, K.O. 2:15pm
Tickets for Wigan’s Coral Challenge Cup Round six tie with Warrington Wolves will be available to purchase from 9am on Thursday 25th April.

Adrian Lam’s Warriors will head to the Halliwell Jones Stadium in Round six of the Coral Challenge Cup to face Warrington Wolves on Sunday 12th May, kick-off 2:15pm.

Wigan Warriors have received an initial allocation of tickets for the West Stand Terrace of 1840 and for the North Stand seating of 208.

On sale dates:

Season Ticket holders/members: 9am Thursday 25th April


General Sale: 1:15pm Saturday 27th April

Ticket Prices
Season ticket/memberships:


Adults: £17 (Terrace), £26 (Seating)

Over 65s: £11 (Terrace), £16 (Seating)

Young Adults (17-23): £11 (Terrace), £16 (Seating)

U16s: Free
Ambulant/Wheelchair disabled: Relavent price class (including free carer if eligible)

Junior (Under 16) seasonal members are entitled to a free ticket for this fixture (one ticket per valid season ticket). These must be claimed in advance of the fixture from the DW Stadium Ticket Office.

Non members:

Adults: £22 (Terrace), £31 (Seating)

Over 65s: £16 (Terrace), £21 (Seating)

Young Adults: £16 (Terrace), £21 (Seating)

Juniors: £5 (Terrace), £5 (Seating)

Off sale dates
Any remaining tickets will be removed from online sale from Tuesday 7th May and from the DW Stadium ticket office from 2pm on Friday 10 May.

How to buy
Tickets can be purchased in person from the DW Stadium ticket office in person or by calling 01942 311111. They will also be available online from the Wigan Warriors eticket site: https://www.eticketing.co.uk/wiganwarriors/


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