Warriors receive Magic Weekend tickets
Tickets remain on sale from the Club with discounts for Season Ticket Holders and Members
- Fans urged to purchase from the Warriors as all ticket sales are kept within the club
The Warriors have now received their allocation of tickets for the 2017 Dacia Magic Weekend and will begin distributing these to fans.
Large numbers of Wigan fans have already purchased tickets for the big event with record sales at this point with ten weeks to go until the event.
2017 Warriors Season Ticket Holders are entitled to 50% off the price of tickets with 2017 Members eligible for 25% discount.
Tickets for the 2017 Magic Weekend at St. James’ Park remain on sale from the Ticket Office will fans reminded that all ticket sales via Wigan kept within the Club.
Wigan will face off against Warrington Wolves at the Magic Weekend, the first time the pair have met at the showpiece event.
The Warriors have a fine record at Magic having won seven and drawn one of ten games.
2017 Dacia Magic Weekend schedule
Saturday May 20th 2017
Widnes Vikings v Wakefield Trinity (14:30)
Hull FC v St Helens (16:45)
Wigan Warriors v Warrington Wolves (19:00)
Sunday May 21st 2017
Catalans Dragons v Huddersfield Giants (13:00)
Leigh Centurions v Salford Red Devils (15:15)
Castleford Tigers v Leeds Rhinos (17:30)
Tickets for the 2017 Dacia Magic Weekend at St. James’ Park, Newcastle, are on sale and day tickets are priced from £25 for adults and £12.50 for concessions. Weekend tickets are also available from £40 for adults and £20 for concessions. Season Ticket holders and members discount is only available when buying through the Club.
Reserved tickets bought from the Club (daily and weekend) are in blocks LL2D and L1C.
Coach Travel for the Saturday is also available costing £16.50 for ST Holders, members and concessions or £17.50 for adult (non-ST holders or members), departing the DW Stadium at 9:00am and the Old Gas Showrooms at 9:15am.
CLICK HERE to buy now, visit the DW Stadium ticket office or alternatively call the ticket hotline on 0871 66 33 552 (calls are charged at 10p per minute - calls from mobiles may vary).