- Groups with disabled or infirm supporters get access from 10am on Monday
- All other season ticket holders gain access from 9am on Tuesday
- Deadline for ST holders to claim set for 9am on Thursday
Season ticket holders can claim their preferred seats for the big derby against Warrington (Wednesday 30th June, 7:45pm) during the course of next week.
Initial priority once again goes to groups containing supporters with a disability or who are infirm, with their access beginning at 10am on Monday (21st June) via 01942 311111.
All other season ticket holders can claim their seats from 9am on Tuesday (22nd June) and are strongly advised to use https://embed.futureticketing.ie/c/wigan-warriors/ rather than phone, so that lines can be kept clear for supporters without internet access and give them a fair chance of acquiring their preferred tickets (which can be accessed more more easily via the website).
The deadline to claim seats is 9am on Thursday (24th June), so that an assessment can be made on how many tickets can be offered to Loyal 18 members by the end of the week.
As with Friday night’s game against Hull KR, the same government regulations remain in force, meaning that groups are limited to a maximum of six people and our Code of Conduct remains in place to ensure the safety of all supporters while the effects of the pandemic continue.
All other ticketing rules that were applied for our first game back in front of a crowd – including the blocks that are open, the choices on printed tickets or e-tickets and needing to enter track and trace information – will once again apply, with the same process expected to be in place for the subsequent fixture against Huddersfield Giants before hopefully restrictions are eased by the government for the remaining home games in 2021.