Wigan Warriors: Stay In Touch

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josie andrews
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Wigan Warriors: Stay In Touch

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Wigan Warriors want to stay in touch with YOU.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic many of you have not attended games or interacted with the Club as much as you would have liked. So, we want to make sure we can reach out to you in the coming months with all the details that you would expect to receive.

If you are a current Season Ticket Holder, a Season Ticket Holder from years gone by or a casual ticket purchaser, stay in touch to receive information for 2022 Season Tickets – as and when they are launched, plus details of exciting events throughout the Club’s 150th year.

Enter your details below in a short form for the chance to win one of a range of brilliant prizes, including breakfast with first team players and the chance to watch the team train at Robin Park Arena (for up to four people), a 2022 season ticket refund (one full price regular ticket), one of five 2022 signed home shirts, and everybody who their details before 5pm Friday 8th October will receive a £5 voucher for the Club store (£5 off when you spend £50 or more and valid until 24th December 2021, excludes purchases of 2022 replica shirts, shorts and socks).

Prize winners will be notified via email by Friday 15th October 2021.

Simply fill in the short form below, including compulsory information about yourself, including your full name, date of birth (the price of tickets depends on your age), postal address, email address, contact number and gender.

If you attend Wigan games at the DW Stadium with family members, please complete the form for each member of your family.

Please make sure you tick the “Club information” box to receive information from the Club, including 2022 Season Tickets.

https://wiganwarriors.com/blog/2021/09/ ... -in-touch/
Anyone can support a team when it is winning, that takes no courage.
But to stand behind a team, to defend a team when it is down and really needs you,
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Re: Wigan Warriors: Stay In Touch

Post by stevo38 »

i think the majority will see what coach and players there serving up next yr before commiting to season tickets
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