posted on 14 February 2014

Tickets for Sunday’s First Utility Super League opener against Salford Red Devils (kick-off: 3pm) will go off sale from the club at midday on Friday.

Wildcats fans are snapping up tickets for Sunday's First Utility Super League opener.

Over 500 supporters have already bought their tickets as the Wildcats look set for a bumper away support at the AJ Bell Stadium.

Wildcats fans could get their first chance to see new signings Pita Godinet, Scott Anderson and Matt Ryan and have been allocated tickets for the North Stand behind the posts.

Tickets are available from the Ridings Centre Store and the Rapid Solicitors Stadium Box Office priced as below:

Adults: £18

Students and over 60’s: £13

Under 16’s: £8

Tickets will be taken off-sale at midday on Friday and supporters are advised to buy tickets before the deadline to avoid missing out.

Tickets are available from the turnstiles on Sunday but prices will all be increased by £2 and supporters are reminded that a percentage of the ticket revenue generated through sales at the club goes to the Wildcats.

Travel is still available to the game via the club, with a £10 per person price and will depart from the Stadium at 12:45pm or Wakefield bus station at 1pm. Salford have also arranged a park and ride to the Stadium from the Trafford Centre, where car parking is free.

The Red Devils are also providing pre-match entertainment through the British Army Parachute Team, who will be parachuting into the stadium at 2:15pm.

For anyone planning to make their own way to the game, click HERE for a handy guide to visiting the AJ Bell Stadium.

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