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Its not too late to become a Wigan Warriors member for the 2014 Season.

Despite the first four home games having taken place at the DW Stadium, Wigan Warriors fans still have the opportunity to become a member with a package that suits them this season.

The double winners have today officially launched their Seasonal Membership packages at pro-rata prices, in addition to the Flex-Memberships and Loyal 18 Memberships already available.

The pro-rata prices mean that supporters of the cherry and whites will not pay for the home games that have passed and will recieve the full value of their membership, whilst saving money against match by match purchases.

Ahead of our upcoming fixture against London Broncos pro-rata Seasonal Membership prices are as follows;

West Stand
Adult - £192
Concession - £137
Junior - £137

East Stand (Silver)
Adult - £184
Concession - £122
Junior - £122

East Stand (Red)
Adult - £169
Concession - £107
Junior - £107

South Stand
Adult - £169
Concession - £107
Junior - £26

Alternatively, the Flexi-Membership will guarantee Wigan fans a seat at the DW Stadium to see 6 of the Warriors home Super League games and save money on match by match ticket purchases. Fans taking out a flexible membership will have the choice of 2 category A games and 4 category B games to attend. Click here for more details.

While a Loyal 18 Membership also allows fans to show their support for the Champions and has been designed for those Wigan fans who cannot commit to a full seasonal membership or simply want to show their support without being able to attend every home game. Click here for more details.

Wigan Warriors 2014 memberships are available online at Warriors eTickets, by contacting the DW Stadium ticket office in person or call the ticket hotline 0871 66 33 552 (calls cost 10p per minute from a BT landline, other operators may vary)


Age Definitions

JUNIORS (proof of age must be provided):

Infant: aged under 5 years old on 1st February 2014
Junior: aged 5 - 16 years old and in primary or secondary education on 1st February 2014

CONCESSIONS (proof of age must be provided):

Young Adult: aged 16 - 21 years old on 1st February 2014
Students: Must be in full-time education on 1st February 2014 and produce a letter from your college or university
Senior Citizen: aged 60 years old or over on 1st February 2014


The East and West Stand's will continue to offer reserved seating, while the South Stand will be unreserved seating. The North Stand is for visiting supporters.


The DW Stadium is a no-smoking stadium and it is also now against the law to smoke anywhere in the venue. We thank you for your co-operation in making our home a healthy place to be.

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