Rugby Worth Waiting For

  • Season tickets on sale from 10am on Monday morning
  • Prices simplified and reduced in line with the 2021 schedule
  • Find out all the details you need via our season tickets portal

Have you missed us as much as we’ve missed you?

By the time the new Betfred Super League season kicks off, we’ll have had to wait a whole year to experience the thrill of a vibrant DW Stadium cheering on our beloved men in cherry and white, but it’s with a great sense of optimism that we can look ahead to the new campaign and get excited about a new-look team that will be well worth the wait.

All those things you’ve missed but didn’t realise you’d missed. The click of your turnstile. The taste of that favourite pie that you can only get at the stadium. Even that bloke five seats down with the bizarre catchphrases he shouts at the ref every time there’s a decision he doesn’t like. We’ve missed it all.

That’s before we’ve even spoken about the amazing team that has been representing Wigan Warriors with pride and quality throughout a testing period. A team that was pipped for glory in 2020 looks set to be even stronger in 2021, with John Bateman answering the call to ‘come home’ and lead this talented team around the park.

It’s him and the bright young stars in our pack who will be laying the platform for a hugely exciting talent like Jai Field to arrive in the UK and set the competition alight with his lightning pace. And not forgetting that three of the undoubted stars of last season – Bevan French, Jackson Hastings and Tommy Leuluai – have all signed new deals to keep the creative heart of the team together.

This 2021 team will be worth watching and tickets to see this team will be in hot demand.

Buying a season ticket is the only way to guarantee that you’re at the front of the queue for admission, regardless of whatever capacity limits may or may not be imposed by the time we kick off. We know that one of our 12 scheduled home games is set to be played behind closed doors, but we’re anticipating crowds inside the DW throughout the season and whatever capacity is set, having a season ticket means that any available tickets will be offered to you first, and could well be the only way to see a home game this year depending on the combination of sales and game-by-game capacities. There has never been a more valuable time to be a Wigan Warriors season ticket holder.

What’s more, because we’re well aware that you’re likely to see fewer games in person than you were initially scheduled to see in 2020, prices are significantly reduced and come with the option of carrying over the value of up to six games into 2022 if we can’t admit you as many times as we’d like this summer.

For games where demand exceeds supply in 2021, we expect to have to run ballots, but we will do everything within our power to try and ensure a fair distribution of tickets to every season ticket holder over the course of the season. We will ensure that families or social bubbles that apply at the same time will all be allocated seats together as a group if you’re successful in each game ballot, rather than splitting groups up or only allocating tickets to some members of the group but not others. If there’s a complete lock-out due to Government regulations at any regular season game, home or away, you’ll once again be given access to a free stream to catch the action, which may be the only place certain fixtures are shown.

If you were a 2020 season ticket holder, you may see quite a notable price drop compared to last year depending on where you sat, with this year’s options simplified to ‘sideline’ or ‘behind the posts’ prices. This is in recognition that in these constantly changing times, we are likely to have to open and close different stands, game by game, based on Government guidelines at the time. Therefore, we are only able to offer a preference on the type of view you’d like to see and will allocate tickets on a match-by-match basis, rather than being able to guarantee a specific reserved seat for the season. Please don’t fear that your preferred seat is lost though – all seat reservations that were held in 2020 are being kept on file and we anticipate everyone being able to return to those seats in 2022 as restrictions are relaxed.

Those with credit on file from 2020 can also use this to reduce the cost of your 2021 season ticket (please note this is only available via phone orders for those not on the Auto Renewal Scheme), so you’ll get a further pleasant surprise at the deal you’ll receive.

Though the ongoing pandemic means that the DW Stadium Ticket Office has to remain closed to personal callers due to the current national lockdown, we’ll still be able to offer sales via our Official Store website and temporary ticket hotline as an interim measure from 10am onwards on Monday 1st March. Please buy online where you can as we expect lines to be busy, but please be patient given the unusual circumstances and we hope to be able to answer your calls as swiftly as possible.

We can’t wait to spend 2021 talking about the action on the field rather than off it, and doing so at the place we call home, rather than being stuck at home. See you at the DW Stadium… it’ll be well worth the wait!

Season Ticket Prices 2021

NB: Supporters with a registered disability pay the appropriate price for their age band, with their carer admitted free. Please see our ‘Disabled Fans’ page for eligibility criteria.

Click here to visit our season tickets portal now to find out all you need to know about this year’s new-look package and revised sales points.