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Ticket News


// 12.9.2011 Playoff Ticket Update

The Ticket Hotline has opened this morning for Playoff ticket sales but the DW Stadium is currently experience high call demand.  Fans are reminded that the E-Tickets system is the easiest way of purchasing your Wigan versus St Helens tickets.

// 12.9.2011 Season Ticket Holder Period Extended

Wigan Warriors season ticket holders will now have until 1pm on Tuesday to purchase their reserved seats for Sunday's clash with St Helens.

// 9.9.2011 Playoff Ticket Information

Wigan Warriors will be at home in Week 1 of the Play-Offs against St Helens on Sunday at 2.45pm.

// 31.8.2011 Warrington Game Sold Out

Wigan Warriors have now sold out of their allocation of tickets for Sunday's crunch Super League tie at Warrington.

// 24.8.2011 More Cup Final Tickets Available

Wigan Warriors have today had a limited number of tickets for Saturday's Carnegie Challenge Cup Final returned for general sale.

// 19.8.2011 Wolves Details Confirmed

Wigan Warriors away game at Warrington Wolves on Sunday 4th September now has a 12.45pm kick off.

// 17.8.2011 Wigan Launch Heritage Day

Wigan Warriors are today delighted to announce details of their final league game of the season, against Crusaders RL at the DW Stadium on Friday 9th September, which will be the Wigan RL Heritage Day.

// 17.8.2011 Wembley Tickets Still Available

Despite unprecedeted demand for Wembley tickets from Wigan fans, tickets and travel are still available.

// 11.8.2011 Wembley Train SOLD OUT

Wigan Warriors direct charter train to Wembley has now SOLD OUT.

// 10.8.2011 Sales By Phone

Following two busy days at the Ticket Office, the telephones have been opened today.

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