Wigan have started selling tickets for their Grand Final date with Warrington.
The last four title deciders have drawn crowds of more than 70,000 and another bumper gate is expected for a game which will mark the departure of Shaun Wane, Sam Tomkins, John Bateman and Ryan Sutton.
Kick-off is 6pm on Saturday, October 13.
Wigan have been allocated the ‘East’ side, and the majority of the tickets they are selling are £40 for adults, £30 concessions.
There are four blocks at £30 (£22.50) and a small block at £20 (£15).
Tickets in categories 1-3, priced £85, £65 and £50 respectively, do not have the option of concessions.
They went on sale after tonight’s 14-0 win against Castleford and will be available until 1pm on Sunday to season ticket holders.
From 1pm, Sunday, tickets will go on general sale from the ticket office (until 4pm) and online. They can be bought from 9am Monday from the ticket office, website or phone 01924 311111
Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis. Season ticket holders can buy up to four tickets each. A limited number of disabled supporter tickets are available at full price, although - if an assistant is required - then their ticket will be issued free of charge.
Fans are reminded that Northern employees will be striking on Saturday.
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