Wolves into Three FiguresWarrington Wolves have passed the ˙100,000 revenue mark in 3 days of launching their TetleyĂs Super League IX Season Tickets for the Halliwell Jones Stadium.Community and Marketing Manager Sean Mellor commented, "The initial response to the Season Ticket Launch has been phenomenal. The dual attraction of Paul CullenĂs rejuvenated Wolves and the excellent facilities at the Halliwell Jones Stadium is responsible for this initial outbreak of what has been termed 'Wolfmania'."The earlybird deadline for 2004 is the 30th November 2003 and tickets are for the North Stand are in demand, due to it being reserved seating. Season Tickets for the East Stand (unreserved family seating) are now in.Season Tickets for TetleyĂs Super League IX will go on general sale from Tuesday 14th October 2003, existing season ticket holders have priority on next yearĂs season tickets at ŠThe Halliwell Jones StadiumĂ from now until Monday 13th October. Prices for the new stadium start from just ˙150 seating and only ˙130 standing with concessions and student from ˙80 and ˙70 respectively.The Wolfpack junior season ticket remains at the unbelievable price of ˙35 seating and ˙30 standing, this guarantees entry into all 14 home games and all the away games are FREE too.If you take advantage of the EARLY BIRD deal before 1st December 2003 adult season ticket holder will receive 'Wilderspool 1898-2003: End of an Era' book and 4 WolvesĂ Super League games FREE, saving almost ˙40 on adult seated season tickets. Every child that signs up for the Wolfpack season ticket receives a FREE Wolfie baseball cap.For those fans wishing to renew their season ticket by way of direct debit payment plan must fill in the forms (available from the club shop: Wolfware) and return by Monday 13th October.
03, Oct, 2003