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Leeds ticket info

Post by josie andrews » Mon Jun 03, 2019 5:57 pm

Tickets for Leeds Rhinos vs Wigan Warriors are now on sale

Two clubs meet in the Betfred Super League on Friday 14th June

Game to kick-off at 7:45pm

Tickets for Wigan’s Betfred Super League fixture against Leeds Rhinos on Friday 14th June are now on sale.


Adrian Lam’s side travel to Headingley Stadium to face the Yorkshire side for the first time this season, having met once already in 2019 at the DW back in February.

The club has received an initial allocation of 700 tickets for this game.

On Sale Dates

Season Ticket Holders – Monday 3rd June (4 per Season Ticket holder)

Loyal 18 Members – Wednesday 5th June

General Sale – Thursday 6th June

Ticket Prices

• Adults: £24

• Over 65s: £16

• U21s: £16

• Students: £16

• U17s: £12

Junior Season Ticket holders and Under-5s can claim a free ticket in advance of the game by either visiting the Ticket Office or calling on 01942 311111. Under-5s and Free Junior STH tickets cannot be purchased online.

Disabled Tickets

Ambulant disabled tickets are priced at £16 each, with a carer ticket issued Free of Charge.

For Wheelchair tickets, please contact Leeds directly on 0113 203 3228.

How to Buy

To purchase your tickets for this Betfred Super League clash, visit the DW Stadium ticket office in person or call 01942 311111 or buy online HERE.

Coach Travel

Coach travel is also available for away fans. Please contact the DW Stadium ticket office for more information by calling 01942 311111. You can also purchase online HERE.

Off-sale dates

• Online – 4pm on Thursday 11th June

• Phones and in person – 12pm on Friday 14th June


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