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// Barrow Ticket Reminder

By Warriors Staff

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Season ticket holders are reminded that they can attend Sunday's game with Barrow  absolutely free.

The Carnegie Challenge Cup Fourth Round home tie takes place at the DW Stadium on Sunday (8th May) with a 3pm kick off.

2011 season ticket holders gain admission as one of their season ticket benefits.

Therefore, all valid 2011 season ticket access cards will simply be activated automatically to allow admission through the turnstiles for this game with the season ticket access card and there is no need for season ticket holders to purchase or obtain a paper match ticket for this tie. Furthermore all seasonal car park passes will be valid for this fixture.

Simply bring your 2011 season ticket access card with you to gain admission.  Please note that free admission for season ticket holders WILL NOT be available without a valid access card.

General admission prices for the game against Barrow are £15 for Adults and £7 for Juniors (U16) & Concessions (Students and Over 60's) in all areas of the DW Stadium.

Tickets can be purchased from the DW Stadium Ticket Office, by calling 0871 66 33 552 and online by [clicking here].

Please note that for this game Max's Club will not be in operation, however the South Stand Supporters Lounge will be open as usual.  Unfortunately there will be no in-stadium betting for this game either.

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