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// Saints Ticket News

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Wigan Warriors have received an initial allocation of 2,397 tickets for the East Terrace (terracing behind the posts) for the Stobart Super League 2012 fixture with St. Helens to be played on Friday 6th April 2012 at Langtree Park (2.45pm kick off).

Match tickets will go on sale to existing season ticket holders from 9am on Wednesday 29th February 2012 (strictly one ticket per season ticket). Loyal 18 members will be able to buy tickets from 9am on Monday 5th March 2012 (one ticket per membership).

In the event of any match tickets remaining, they will go on general sale from 9am on Wednesday 7th March 2012.

Junior (Under 16) season ticket holders are entitled to free entry upon production of away junior voucher number ten at the DW Stadium Ticket Office. These will not be available to exchange on the turnstiles on matchday and as such all vouchers must be exchanged at the DW Stadium Ticket Office in advance of matchday.

Coach travel is also available via the DW Stadium Ticket Office for this fixture, costing £9.50 for concessions, adult season ticket holders and Loyal 18 members and £10.00 for adult non-season ticket holders. These will leave the DW Stadium at 12.30pm and Parson's Walk (opposite The Wheel) at 1pm.

Any supporters who wish to purchase seated tickets, wheelchair disabled tickets or visually impaired tickets need to contact St. Helens directly on 01744 455 052.

Subject to availability, these tickets will be on sale until 4pm on Thursday 5th April 2012.

East Terrace

Adults £18.50
Over 60's £12.50
Young adult's (16-21 years) £12.50
Under 16's £5.00
Ambulant disabled Same as relevant price (includes free carer if eligible)
Under 16 season ticket holders £0.00 upon production of voucher ten

Tickets will be available in person from the DW Stadium Ticket Office, by calling 0871 66 33 552 9 calls cost 10p per minute from a BT landline, other operators will vary) and online, click here.


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