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// Bradford Tickets and Travel Still Available

By Warriors Staff

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Tickets and official travel for Sundays away Super League fixture against Bradford Bulls are still available via the DW Stadium ticket office.

Tickets in Wigan's allocation of terracing tickets for the game to be played at The Provident Stadium are available to purchase after going on general sale.

Junior (Under 16) seasonal members are entitled to free entry upon production of away junior voucher number one at the DW Stadium Ticket Office. These will not be available to exchange on the turnstiles on matchday, and as such all under 16 seasonal members must exchange their vouchers in advance at the DW Stadium Ticket Office.

Coach travel is also available via the DW Stadium Ticket Office for this fixture, costing £10.50 for concessions, adult seasonal members and Loyal 18 members and £11.50 for adult non-members. These will leave Loire Drive (DW Stadium) at 12.00pm and Parson's Walk (opposite The Wheel) at 12.15pm.

Subject to availability, these tickets will be on sale online until 4.30pm on Wednesday 23rd July 2014 and through the DW Stadium Ticket Office until 4pm on Friday 25th July 2014.

Supporters wishing to purchase seated tickets or wheelchair disabled tickets need to contact Bradford Bulls directly on 08448 711 490.

Adults - £20.00
Over 60's - £15.00
Students - £15.00
Under 16's - £10.00
Under 12's - Free of charge when accompanied
Ambulant disabled - Same as relevant age (including free carer if eligible)
Under 16 Seasonal Members - Free upon production of voucher one

Tickets are on sale in person at the DW Stadium or by calling the Ticket Office Hotline on 0871 66 33 552 (calls cost 10p per minute from a BT landline. Please note that no tickets will be posted.


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