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// Use Your Scrum Ticket on Easter Monday

By Warriors Staff

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With an afternoon full of family entertainment planned on Easter Monday Warriors Seasonal Members have the perfect opportunity to use up their Scrum Tickets and bring family and friends along to the game.

The current Super League Champions will take on the Bradford Bulls this Bank Holiday Monday at 3pm and the match will be preceeded bny an afternoon of entertainment including Pemberton Old Wigan Brass band, Junior Rugby, the fans Village located in the South East corner of the ground and much more.

Each Seasonal Member was issued with a Scrum Ticket at the start of the year, which allows them to bring 6 other fans to the game for the price of just £30. This is an excellent way to introduce friends and family to the game and will contribute to what will hopefully be a fantastic crowd and atmosphere.

To redeem this offer simply fill in the information on the voucher and take it to the ticket office at the DW Stadium along with your preferred method of payment in order to receive your tickets. For more information call the ticket hotline on 0871 66-33-552 from 10am tomorrow.

Please Note: the offer can be redeemed against an adult, concession or junior ticket for the West, East or South Stand. Excludes Executive Area seating. Only one voucher can be redeemed per season ticket holder. No copies or duplicates will be accepted and the promotion is not available in conjunction with any other offer. This offer is not redeemable at eTickets.


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