Tickets and travel for the short trip to the Galpharm Stadium on sale for when the Wildcats take on Huddersfield Giants this Sunday, kick off 3pm.
Trinity will be looking to make amends for the 32-14 home defeat to the Giants back in March when a Ben Cockayne hat-trick proved in-vain as the visitors ran out comfortable winners. The fixture will also see a number of players lining up against their former clubs including Andy Raleigh, Kyle Wood, Luke George and Danny Brough.
Tickets are priced at £18 for adults, £12 for concessions (Over 65 and full-time students with valid ID). 12-16 year olds are charged at £5 while under 12’s can get to watch all of the action for free. Wakefield junior members can gain access free of charge as usual with exchange off their vouchers.
Your club benefits from every ticket sold direct from the Wildcats in advance and tickets do increase by £3 on a matchday so the club do urge supporters to pre-purchase your tickets for the West Yorkshire derby.
There are a number of wheelchair spaces available with them being priced at £12 which allows their carer to be granted access with them free of charge. Ambulant disabled tickets are charged at the standard prices above with the carer free of charge.
The Wildcats also have travel available which is priced at £6.50 for members and £7.50 for non-members. The coach will depart the Rapid Solicitors Stadium at 1.30pm and from the coach station at 1.45pm. All fans are advised to arrive 15 minutes before the bus is due to leave to avoid any unnecessary delays.
Tickets and travel can be booked from either the Ridings Centre Store, the Rapid Solicitors Stadium Box Office or by calling 01924 201548.
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