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// Wolves Away Ticket and Travel News

Warriors Staff

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Wigan Warriors have received an initial allocation of 2,325 tickets for the West Stand (terracing behind the posts) and 221 tickets for the North Stand (reserved seating along the touchline) for the First Utility Super League 2014 fixture with Warrington Wolves to be played on Thursday 20th March 2014 at The Halliwell Jones Stadium (8.00pm kick off).

Match tickets will go on sale to existing seasonal members from 9am on Monday 24th February 2014. Loyal 18 members will be able to buy tickets from 9am on Wednesday 26th February 2014.

In the event of any match tickets remaining, they will go on general sale from 9am on Friday 28th February 2014.

Junior (Under 16) seasonal members are entitled to free entry upon production of the appropriate away junior voucher at the DW Stadium Ticket Office. Full voucher books will be issued upon claiming tickets for this fixture and also posted out at a later date. Please be aware that all junior voucher tickets must be claimed in advance and will not be available to exchange on matchday.

Coach travel is also available via the DW Stadium Ticket Office for this fixture, costing £9.00 for concessions, adult seasonal members and Loyal 18 members and £10.00 for adult non-members. These will leave Loire Drive (DW Stadium) at 5.15pm and Parson's Walk (opposite The Wheel) at 5.30pm.

Subject to availability, these tickets will be on sale online until 4.30pm on Monday 17th March 2014 and through the DW Stadium Ticket Office until 1.00pm on Thursday 20th March 2014.

Please note that matchday admission costs 50p more for the West Stand and £1 more for the North Stand when compared to buying tickets in advance. It is highly anticipated that this fixture will be a sell out and therefore fans are strongly advised to purchase tickets in advance of matchday.

Adults £19.50 terracing/£28.50 seating
Over 60's £13.50 terracing/£19.50 seating
Young Adult (17-23 years) £13.50 terracing/£19.50 seating
Under 17's £13.50 terracing/£19.50 seating
Ambulant disabled Same as relevant price (including free carer if eligible)
Under 16 seasonal members £0.00 terracing/£6.00 seating

Tickets can be purchased in person from the DW Stadium Ticket Office, by calling the ticket office hotline on 0871 66 33 552 ( calls cost 10p per minute from a BT landline, other operators may vary) and online click here

Please note the sale of tickets has been delayed to allow supporters heading down under to be able to purchase match tickets for the game on their return.

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