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Challenge Cup tickets on sale
Warrington Wolves have drawn Bradford Bulls in the fifth round of the Carnegie Challenge Cup.
The tie will be played at The Halliwell Jones Stadium on Saturday 28th April, kick-off 2.40pm. This fixture will be televised on BBC.
Match tickets for the above game will go on sale to all supporters from 10am tomorrow, Wednesday 18th April.
2012 Season Ticket Holders will have a 3-day priority period in which to purchase their own reserved seat before they are put on general sale Saturday 21st April. Seats available for non-season ticket holders to purchase will be limited until this priority period ends.
Season Tickets must be shown at time of purchase with voucher 14 to be used for this fixture. One ticket per voucher, this also applies to juniors who need to exchange the voucher for a ticket before game-day in order to receive free entry.
Pre-match prices to Season Ticket Holders will be as follows:
North - Adult £ 20, Concession £ 15, Children FOC
East - Adult £ 17, Concession £ 10, Children FOC
South and West - Adult £ 15, Concession £ 10, Children FOC
Pre-match prices to non-Season Ticket Holders will be as follows:
North - Adult £ 26.50, Concession £ 18, Children £5
East - Adult £ 21, Concession £ 13.50, Children £5
South and West - Adult £ 18.50, Concession £ 12.50, Children £5
Match Day Prices
Super League match-day prices will apply to all on game-day. No free tickets will be issued to Junior Season Ticket holders on matchday.
Tickets will be on sale in WolfWare, atWolfWare Online and on 08448 11 11 76.
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