Adult prices as low as $15 feature in the range of ticket prices set for the Vodafone Warriors' 25th season home games at Mount Smart Stadium this year.
The prices were announced today with tickets due to go on sale in mid-February before the Vodafone Warriors open their campaign against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs on Saturday, March 16 (5.00pm kick-off).
The lowest-priced pre-purchased tickets are $15 (adult), $10 (child) and $40 (family) in the general admission category with the next cheapest $25 (adult), $15 (child) and $65 (family) for silver seats.
"Pre-purchasing tickets is by far the best option for fans looking to come along to games on a casual basis," said Vodafone Warriors fan engagement manager Aaron Lawton.
"Not only are the prices much cheaper than buying at the gate but you can also secure the best seats available well in advance.
"These prices are set for all of our 10 home games at Mount Smart Stadium in what is a special year for us. We have so much planned as we celebrate our 25th season."
Other pre-purchased adult prices have been set at $30 for gold uncovered, $40 for gold covered, $50 for platinum uncovered and $60 for platinum covered. Child prices are $15 in all categories apart from general admission while other family prices are $65 (silver), $75 (gold uncovered), $95 (gold covered), $115 (platinum uncovered) and $135 (platinum covered).
After the season opener against the Bulldogs, the Vodafone Warriors' next Mount Smart outing is against the Gold Coast Titans on Friday, April 5 (8.00pm) followed by the North Queensland Cowboys on Saturday, April 20 (7.30pm).
After the traditional Anzac Day encounter with the Storm in Melbourne in round seven, the Vodafone Warriors' next Mount Smart games are against the Newcastle Knights on Sunday, May 5 (4.00pm), the Brisbane Broncos on Saturday, May 25 (7.30pm), the Melbourne Storm on Saturday, June 8 (5.00pm) and the Penrith Panthers on Sunday, June 30 (4.00pm).
Their last three home matches in Auckland are against the Canberra Raiders on Friday, August 2 (8.00pm), the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles on Friday, August 9 (8.00pm) and the South Sydney Rabbitohs on Friday, August 30 (8.00pm).