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// South Stand Sells Out for Warrington Clash

By Warriors Staff

Home » General News » South Stand Sells Out for Warrington Clash
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Wigan Warriors have today announced that the South Stand has sold out for the upcoming round 8 Stobart Super League fixture against Warrington Wolves next Friday (23rd March).

The local rivals clash in what is becoming one of the most highly anticipated games on the Super League calendar, with a huge line up of pre-match entertainment set to take place before kick off. Gates will be open from 6.30pm for a 8pm kick off.

On the back of the current advertising campaign for this fixture across the North West, tickets are selling fast. Tickets for the East and West Stands are still available with prices from £20 for adults and £14 for concessions with discounts available for families. More information is available by [clicking here].

To purchase match tickets call the Ticket Hotline on 0871 66-33-552 or visit the DW Stadium Ticket Office between 9am-5pm (Mon-Fri) or ahead of Sundays game. Alternatively [click here] to visit Warriors E-Tickets.

*Please note - Tickets for the South Stand are still available for this Sunday's game against London Broncos


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