St Helens away tickets info

St Helens away tickets info

  • Tickets for Wigan’s 2019 season opener vs St Helens will go on sale this Friday to Season Ticket holders

  • Available to memberships from Thursday 10th Jan and General sale from Friday 11th.

  • Adult tickets from £23

Tickets for Wigan’s opening fixture of the 2019 BETFRED Super League season away to rivals St Helens on Thursday 31st January (KO, 7:45pm) go on sale from Friday 4th January

The BETFRED Super League Champions get their title defence off to a massive start, travelling to the 2018 League Leaders Shield winners St Helens in the opening fixture of the new Super League season. With a limited number of tickets available and demand expected to be high, make sure to grab yours early to avoid disappointment.

All ticket details below:

  • Season Ticket Holders - Friday 4th January (4 per Season Ticket holder)

  • Loyal 18 Members - Thursday 10th January

  • General Sale - Friday 11th January
East Terrace Pricing North Stand Seating Pricing
Adult £23 Adult £25.50
Over 65s £16 Over 65s £19
19-21s £16 19-21s £19
17-18s £13.50 17-18s £15.50
U17s £10 U17s £10

Junior Season Ticket holders and Under-5s can claim a free ticket in advance of the game by either visiting the Ticket Office or calling on 01942 311111. Under-5s and Free Junior STH tickets cannot be purchased online. Junior STH wishing to sit in the North Stand can upgrade for £5.

Disabled Tickets

Ambulant disabled tickets are priced as above, with a carer ticket issued Free of Charge. For Wheelchair tickets, please contact St. Helens directly on 01744 455052.

Off-sale dates

  • Online – 4pm on Monday 28th January

  • Phones and in person – 5pm on Wednesday 30th January

Official club coach travel news to follow

From Friday, grab your tickets for this blockbuster opening to the season via our eticketing site HERE, by calling the DW Stadium Ticket Office on 01942 311111 or visiting the ticket office in person.

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