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// Castleford Coach and Ticket Details

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Wigan Warriors travel to face Castleford Tigers this Sunday 26th February 2012 at the PROBIZ Coliseum (3.30pm kick off).

Match tickets for this game are now on GENERAL SALE and fans are reminded that match day prices are £2 more expensive than buying your ticket in advance from the DW Stadium.

Junior (Under 16) season ticket holders are entitled to free entry upon production of away junior voucher number two at the DW Stadium Ticket Office. These will be available to exchange on the turnstiles on matchday, but supporters are advised to exchange them in advance at the DW Stadium Ticket Office.

Coach travel is also available via the DW Stadium Ticket Office for this fixture, costing £12.00 for concessions, adult season ticket holders and Loyal 18 members and £12.50 for adult non-season ticket holders. These will leave the DW Stadium at 12.00pm and Parson's Walk (opposite The Wheel) at 12.30pm.

Subject to availability, these tickets will be on sale until 12pm on Saturday 25th February 2012.

Any supporters wishing to purchase seated tickets or wheelchair disabled tickets should contact the Castleford Tigers Ticket Office directly on 01977 556 962.


Adults £18.00 (£20.00 on matchday)
Over 60's £10.00 (£12.00 on matchday)
Students (take proof on matchday) £10.00 (£12.00 on matchday)
Under 16's £10.00 (£12.00 on matchday)
Ambulant disabled Same as relevant category (including free carer if eligible)
Under 16 season ticket holders £0.00 upon production of voucher two.

Tickets can be bought from the DW Stadium Ticket Office, by calling 0871 66 33 552 and online click here.


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