Shaun Wane’s men have the luxury of four home games in the seven-match campaign as they battle for a top four Grand Final play-off spot.
In round two Wigan take on Castleford at the Mend-a-hose Jungle on Friday, August 12.
The highlight of the Super 8s is in round three when the DW Stadium plays host to Wigan v St Helens as Warriors seek revenge for last week’s derby loss in front of the Sky Sports cameras on Friday, August 19.
The Warriors will then host Widnes Vikings at the DW Stadium on Friday, September 2, also on Sky, before trips to Hull FC on Friday, September 9, and Warrington Wolves on Friday, September 16.
Wigan will finish their 2016 Super 8s campaign against Catalans Dragons at the DW on Friday, September 23.
All Wigan’s Super 8s games kick-off at 8pm.
The top four will then play-off in a straight semi-final format (1v4, 2v3) with the winners facing off in the Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford on Saturday October 8.
Warriors have reminded their season ticket holders that season tickets are valid for all four home Super 8s games.