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A junior seasonal membership is the best way to watch the Warriors in action throughout Super League.

Under 16's in Primary or Secondary education as at 1st February 2013 are entitled to some fantastic prices and unique benefits. Furthermore, Under 5's can watch Super League absolutely free (however, a ticket must be obtained to gain entry).

Junior prices start from just £26 for the entire season, yes, that just £26!

That includes a South Stand match ticket to each Super League regular season game at the DW Stadium.  It also includes a ground match ticket (or equivilent) to every away regular season game throughout the season (normally the voucher provided by the Club can just be redeemed at the turnstiles, but sometimes this may need to be pre-exchanged from the DW Stadium Ticket Office in advance of the fixture).

That means the price is just £1 per game!

This year junior members will also get...

  • An e-Birthday Card
  • 10% off Wigan Warriors Coaching Camps
  • 10% off Wigan Warriors Birthday Parties

Prices in other areas of the stadium may vary, but the benefits will always remain. For the full price list [click here].

Other benefits include free seasonal membership and ticket offers for friends and family.  [Click here] for details.

Juniors can also attend the all new Max's Matchday Club, with lots of fun and game, prizes and gifts, and the opportunity to meet players, the Warrior Girls cheerleaders, and the one and only Max.  Max's Matchday Club takes place in the Marquee before every home game from 6.15pm (for a Friday night 8pm fixture - or 1.15pm for a weekend 3pm kickoff).

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