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// Pay on the Gate Tonight

By Warriors Staff

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Wigan and Leigh fans are reminded that they can pay on the gate at tonight's 4th Round Tetley's Challenge Cup game at the DW Stadium.

The borough rivals meet for the first time in the cup since 2002 with the action getting underway at 8pm.

The Main DW Stadium ticket office is open from 9am till 8.30pm today. Fans can also purchase via the ticket hotline on 0871 66 33 552 (calls cost 10p per minute from a BT landline, other operators may vary) and online by [clicking here] and selecting the 'Print@Home' option.

The East Stand ticket office will be open tonight from 5pm, while fans will also be able to pay at turnstiles L6, L7 & L8 in the Boston (East) Stand and turnstiles G4 and G5 in the South Stand.

Visiting Leigh fans will be able to pay on turnstiles P1 and P2 in the North Stand

Ticket Prices

West Stand £18 Adult/ £12 Concession
East Stand £18 Adult/ £12 Concession

South Stand £16 Adult/ £10 Concession
North Stand (Away) £16 Adult/£10 Concession

Please note - The 2013 Membership/Season Ticket holder discount offer has now expired and junior vouchers are no longer valid.


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