Wigan Warriors season tickets holders will be able to buy Challenge Cup Final tickets from Sunday - should the club win tonight’s Challenge Cup semi-final.
Warriors and Hull FC announced ticket details for the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final ahead of their semi-final tonight at Doncaster’s Keepmoat Stadium.
The Final takes place on Saturday, August 27 at Wembley Stadium, kick off 3.00pm and tickets are priced between £25-£80 with concessions available between £15-£35 (in limited categories).
Tickets will go on general sale from Friday, August 5, if Wigan win tonight.
The winner of the first semi-final will be allocated the West Stand end of the stadium with tickets for Wigan fans available from Sunday:
Tickets from the Wigan allocation in the Westerly end of Wembley Stadium can be purchased from the DW Stadium Ticket Office in person by Season Ticket Holders, Shareholders and Lottery Agents from 10am this coming Sunday. They will also be available online at www.wiganwarriors.com from 11.00am.
No telephone bookings will be accepted on the first two days of sale.
Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis while stocks last.
Season Ticket Holders are entitled to purchase FOUR Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final Tickets per season ticket, whilst Shareholders and Lottery Agents are entitled to purchase FOUR tickets per person. Please note that tickets cannot be reserved without full payment.
Season Ticket Holders, Lottery Agents and other Members can call the Ticket Hotline on 0871 66-33-552 from Tuesday 2nd August at 9am, (calls cost 10p per minute from BT landlines, call costs from other networks may vary).
When tickets go on General Sale on Friday, August 5 it will be to personal callers at the DW Stadium and internet orders via www.wiganwarriors.com only. Bookings via the Ticket Office Hotline will be available again from Saturday morning, August 6 at 9am.
Supporters wishing to purchase disabled tickets will need to contact the RFL directly by calling 0844 856-1113.
Warriors have also announced that travel packages are available and day coach trips will be running departing at 7.00am to Wembley costing £42 per person (£39 per Member, Under 17 accompanied by an adult, and Seniors over 65).
Due to Wigan Athletic’s home fixture with QPR that day, coaches will depart from the Wincanton Depot on Fourmarts Road as per previous years. Coach travel can be booked at the same time as match tickets. Parking will be available in the Wincanton car park for those wishing to leave their cars.
These will depart at 6.45am on Saturday, August 27 and will stay at either the Ibis Hotel at Wembley or Sheraton Hotel at Heathrow.
Executive Coach Travel with Swans Travel direct from the DW Stadium in Wigan to either the Ibis Hotel on South Way, Wembley (very close to Wembley Stadium) or the Sheraton Hotel, Heathrow to check in for your stay. Following check-in, you can stroll to Wembley from the Ibis or take the coach transfer back to Wembley from the Sheraton.
Both packages are based on a Double/Twin room (single room supplements will apply).
Package includes a £45 match ticket in the Wigan allocation (this may be changed for other prices on request)
Following the game either stroll or take the return coach back to the relevant hotel to relax in the evening (and hopefully celebrate) – alternatively fans are free to make their way directly into London for free time in the evening.
Coaches will take you into central London for sightseeing (free time) on the Sunday.
Return by coach from central London to Wigan at 4pm on Sunday afternoon.
A limited number of family rooms are available subject to availability and price confirmation at time of booking.
The package price for the Ibis Wembley is £195 per head based on two people sharing a double or twin room, whilst the Sheraton package is available at £166 per head, again based on two people sharing a double or twin room.
For more information and to book this package contact Geoff Warburton on 01942 762877 or email email@example.com
The DW Stadium Ticket Office, Ticket Hotline, wiganwarriors.com and Warriors Office expect to be very busy and Wigan Warriors thank fans for their patience at this exciting time.