Ticket Info: Warrington (H)

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Ticket Info: Warrington (H)

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* Wigan Warriors v Warrington Wolves, Friday 26th July, 8:00pm K.O.

* The Warriors take on the Wolves in the final game of July.

* Tickets on general sale now, click HERE to buy online.

TICKETS FOR OUR ROUND 19 BETFRED SUPER LEAGUE CLASH AGAINST WARRINGTON WOLVES AT THE BRICK COMMUNITY STADIUM ARE NOW ON GENERAL SALE.

The Warriors face Warrington Wolves at The Brick Community Stadium on Friday 26th July for Round 19 of Betfred Super League Action.

How to buy

You can buy tickets in any of these three ways:

Buy online by clicking HERE.
Call The Brick Community Stadium Ticket Office on 01942 311111 (open 9.00am – 5.00pm Mon – Fri).
Visit The Brick Community Stadium Ticket Office in person (open 9.00am – 5.00pm Mon – Fri).

Ticket Pricing:

East & West Stands

Adult – £30
Concessions – £26
Junior – £12
U8s – Free of Charge

North & Heatable South Stands

Adults – £26
Concessions – £22
Junior – £12
U8s – Free of Charge

Matchday tickets are broken down into four categories: adults, concession (18-24s, and over 60s), Juniors (u18s), and under 8s. Please note that identification may be required when purchasing age-restricted tickets.

Family Ticket Pricing:

East & West Stands


One Adult, One Junior – £35
Two Adult, One Junior – £60
Two Adults, Two Junior – £70

South Stand

One Adult, One Junior – £31
Two Adult, One Junior – £52
Two Adults, Two Junior – £62

Car Parks

Card payments are now accepted on all of our car parks, the charges remain the same (£5.00 per car/£10 per minibus/£20 per coach on Car Park 1, and Cars £5.00 on Car Parks 3 & 4).

Booking and Transaction fees

There will be no booking fees or transaction fees charged when buying tickets online that are delivered digitally. There will be a nominal fee of £1.50 charged where postage and packaging of tickets are required and selected by supporters whether purchased online or through the Ticket Office. As part of the club’s commitment to sustainability and the environment, we are proactively encouraging fans to support our campaign to reduce the club’s carbon footprint by reducing paper waste and postage of physical tickets.

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