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For the 2015 season Wigan Warriors have changed the process for U16 Season Ticket Holders redeeming free ticket(s) to away matches.

Junior Season Ticket holders will still be eligible for a free ticket to all regular season away Super League fixtures as part of their Season Ticket benefits package; however, JUNIOR VOUCHER BOOKS WILL NO LONGER BE ISSUED as in previous seasons.

For the new season Junior Season Ticket holders will be able to claim away match tickets in advance of each away game from the DW Stadium Ticket Office or by calling the Ticket Hotline on 0871 66 33 552 using the appropriate client codes.

Recently many Clubs have changed their policies on how they issue tickets as part of the junior Season Ticket initiative, meaning that few now actually accept vouchers at the turnstile on the day of the game due to either stand capacity or logistics. 

As a result of this the process has been standardised in line with other Super League Clubs.

*Junior Season Ticket holders aged 16 or under, or in secondary education, as of 1st February 2015. Ticket must be redeemed before day of game via DW Stadium Ticket Office while stocks last. Number of tickets available per fixture may be limited and are sold on a first come first served basis. Ground admission rules apply at all venues.

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