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// Warriors Unveil 2011 Season Ticket Prices

By Warriors Staff

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Wigan Warriors have announced their season ticket prices for 2011.

Following last year's price freeze, prices will increase next season but season ticket holders will continue to receive the best value and biggest savings over match-by-match admission.

Junior fans in the South Stand will still get unbeatable value with a full season ticket costing just £26 - that's less than £1 per game - and a brand new membership scheme will also be introduced with all season ticket holders automatically receiving free Seasonal Membership which offers over £125 worth of value and savings at no additional cost. An upgrade to Elite Membership available for just £30 and this innovative package provides even more savings as well as exclusive events and benefits that will bring fans closer to their Club than ever before.

Existing season ticket holders are again rewarded with priority to reserve existing seats at an exclusive price until Friday 5th November 2010 at 5pm before these reserved seats are released to the general public. All seats that are currently free from reservation will be available on general sale from the outset.

The Warriors have retained a number of key benefits which make a season ticket more attractive than ever, including the opportunity for fans to exchange their season ticket for a match ticket to another game* if they cannot attend a fixture and the Timeout Payment Plan which allows the cost to be spread over four manageable instalments but over a longer period of time.

An adult season ticket in the South Stand is priced at just £187 for renewals and £201 for new purchases making the Warriors one of the cheapest teams to watch in Super League, while even greater savings can be had with a family package.

Wigan Warriors Head Coach Michael Maguire said,

"Buying a Warriors season ticket offers great value and savings and is the perfect way to join our family. We are all truly proud to call ourselves ‘Warriors' and hope that our fans will continue to demonstrate their fantastic support in bigger numbers than ever before.

"These are exciting times for the Club and we'd love our fans to be able to be with us every step of the way. The best way to do this is to renew or purchase a season ticket for Twenty11."

Ticket sales logistics are currently being finalised and an announcement of on-sale details will be made shortly. Renewal packs are currently being sent, and depending on local postal services will land by the start of October.

* Full price is quoted for savings comparison only.  Full price indicates the full match admission price of 13 home games, one Challenge Cup match and half the cost of a Magic day ticket.

To visit the dedicated 2011 season ticket section simply [click here].

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