Vegas here we come

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Caboosegg
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So I can expect a discounted season ticket next year?
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WarriorWinger
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Caboosegg wrote: Tue Jul 09, 2024 11:56 am So I can expect a discounted season ticket next year?
You may be able to catch one of those flying pigs to take you to Vegas :D
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Caboosegg wrote: Tue Jul 09, 2024 11:56 am So I can expect a discounted season ticket next year?
Some chance like I say the many subsidising the few.

God I feel like a spin doctor came up with that line
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EagleEyePie wrote: Tue Jul 09, 2024 9:46 am I think it's worth the risk in an effort to increase the profile of the game improve sponsorship opportunities. It's only one game and I'm happy to miss one if it's to do something a little bit different. I'll still be able to watch it on TV and anyone who wants to go can have what's probably a once in a lifetime experience (given how expensive Vegas is).

Not sure how effective it will be for Wigan and Warrington or indeed for the NRL but this is the future of modern sport.

+1
Im sure not all fans will see it as such a negative. No need for the dramatics, it's only one game.

I will be there anyway, in cherry and white, one hand full of casino chips the other holding the hand of a high class lady of the night :P
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Brilliant
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Caboosegg wrote: Tue Jul 09, 2024 11:56 am So I can expect a discounted season ticket next year?
You will be lucky to get it at the start of the new season!
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So even though it’s supposed to be a "home" game you still have to buy a ticket??
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Caboosegg wrote: Tue Jul 09, 2024 11:56 am So I can expect a discounted season ticket next year?
If the season ticket price was frozen for next year it would work out as an extra £1.50 per game for those renewing with the most expensive season tickets (sideline view adult). It's not outrageous given how much everything seems to cost these days.
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They can take the league game to Vegas, and perhaps include the WCC in with the season ticket package so the same number of games remain...
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What a stupid idea. It will have zero benefit to the game here and will piss off far more fans than it pleases

If they really want to do this why not make it in lue of a Magic fixture between the two? I suppose its more important to the RFL to protect that game than the league fixtures.
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