matchday tickets


Matchday tickets are broken down into four categories: adults, concession (18-24s, and over 60s), Juniors (u18s), and under 8s. Please note that identification may be required when purchasing age-restricted tickets.

All tickets can be purchased online by [clicking here], in person at the ticket office and by calling 01942 311 111.

Our online ticketing partner is Ticketmaster Sport, with the new platform launched in February 2024. Further details can be found at the bottom of this page.

*U8s tickets are free when accompanied by a full-paying adult.
*U8s tickets are free when accompanied by a full-paying adult.

Will I need to change my Wigan Warriors ticketing account login details?
Yes. All legacy ticketing accounts will need to be updated. Anyone who is not a 2024 season ticket holder will need to register for a new account before being able to purchase online with all details up to date.

Can I purchase tickets for more than one person?
Yes you will be able to purchase multiple tickets for multiple attendees in one go. Every seat selected will be required to have an individual account and customer reference number assigned to it so we have full details of every supporter who will be attending.

Booking and transaction fees for home and away league fixtures.

There will be no booking fees or transaction fees charged when buying tickets online that are delivered digitally. There will be a nominal fee of £1.50 charged where postage and packaging of tickets are required and selected by supporters whether purchased online or through the Ticket Office. As part of the club’s commitment to sustainability and the environment, we are proactively encouraging fans to support our campaign to reduce the club’s carbon footprint by reducing paper waste and postage of physical tickets.

Booking and transactional charges for finals and other non-sporting large events.

There will be a nominal fee of £2 for booking tickets should Wigan Warriors reach the Challenge Cup final or Grand Final as well as any other large non-sporting events that may be delivered at the Robin Park Arena or DW Stadium.

Will we have the option of digital tickets when it comes to purchasing away tickets?
We will work with clubs across the league to ensure we use digital away match where possible. This option is not always available to us and is often dependent on the opposition club. For certain away fixtures fans will have a clear interactive seating plan to interact with when selecting their chosen seats.

Will the Ticket Office still be open?

Yes supporters requiring assistance with ticket purchases will still be able to visit or speak with the ticket office in person, by calling 01942 311 111 or by emailing  Non-digitally purchased tickets will be subject to nominal additional fees.

Does the partnership between Wigan Warriors and Ticketmaster mean fans will have to go to to purchase tickets?
No. Ticketmaster is providing the technology that will power Wigan Warriors ticketing platform. The fan ticketing experience will remain on Supporters who purchase online, by phone or in person can continue doing this through the same channels.   

What does Official Ticketing Partner mean?
Ticketmaster will be the exclusive ticketing provider for all of Wigan Warriors ticketing services. The partnership will see Wigan Warriors benefiting from the latest in ticketing systems and the continuous improvements to those systems to better the fan experience.

If I have a problem with my ticket, will I have to contact Ticketmaster’s customer service?
No. You will continue to contact the DW Stadium Ticket Office for all your ticketing requirements.

What changes will I see on the updated ticketing platform?
You will see some design changes to our updated ticketing platform. Fans will also have greater control over how they manage their tickets online using Ticketmaster’s state-of-the-art platform.

Does the ticketing platform apply to just match tickets?
All Men’s, Women’s, Reserves and Academy fixtures, Season Tickets and any other tickets bought for Club events, will be hosted on the new platform.

Can I transfer my ticket if I can’t attend a home game?  
Yes, you will still be able to transfer your ticket to a friend or family member if you cannot attend a home fixture.

Can I buy tickets for my friends and family?  
Yes. ‘My Network’ is a feature of your online account which allows you to manage the accounts of friends or family members. You can add up to 20 members to your online network. Once a supporter has been added to your account, you will be able to purchase tickets on their behalf, subject to availability. If a supporter gives you full management rights over their account, you will also be able to purchase ticketing products which have been reserved in their name (e.g. reserved cup tickets). More information on how to use ‘My Network’ will be released in due course.

Will my ticketing history data be saved?
Previous ticketing purchase history will not be brought over to the new TM platform apart from current season ticket data. Upon launch, a full and comprehensive ticketing history will be recorded for any tickets purchased from register onwards.

What is the functionality of the new platform for buying multiple tickets on one email address, disabled and carers tickets?
The system will offer accessible tickets online as well as digital print-at-home and mobile tickets. Users can have as many accounts under one email address and each member will have a unique client ref to identify and assign tickets to other people within the network to speed up the booking process. There will also be additional features such as: View from seat, interactive seating map and ticket exchanges. We understand that many fans use the same email for children’s accounts, here we ask the fans to set unique passwords to access each separate account.