Huddersfield ticket info

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Huddersfield ticket info

Post by josie andrews » Thu Feb 13, 2020 12:53 pm

All the information you need to secure tickets for Wigan’s away trip to face Huddersfield Giants.

Now on sale to Season Ticket Holders, General Sale from Monday 17th Feb

Wigan Warriors vs Huddersfield Giants, Sunday 1st March, John Smiths’ Stadium, K.O. 3pm.

Tickets for Wigan’s Betfred Super League Round 5 away fixture vs Huddersfield Giants on Sunday 1st March are now on sale to Season Ticket holders.

Season Ticket holders are able to purchase four tickets per holder.

Tickets will be available for General Sale from Monday 17th February online and from the DW Stadium Ticket Office.

Prices
Adults £21
Over 65s £16
Under 17s £6

NB – Tickets bought on the day of the game will increase by £4.

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

Off Sale Dates
Tickets will go off sale at 12pm on Friday 28th February 2020. Any tickets bought after 4pm on Tuesday 25th February will not be posted, and must be collected from the DW Stadium Ticket Office.

How to Buy
Tickets can be purchased in one of three ways:

Online by heading to - https://wigan-warriors.talent-sport.co.uk/
Calling the DW Stadium Ticket Office on 01942 311111
Visiting in person.

Coach Travel
Away coaches are also available to travelling Wigan Warriors fans. For more information and to book your place on a coach, contact the DW Stadium on 01942 311111 or click HERE to book online.

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