First full season membership prices were slashed for the 2019 season. Then tickets for round one were released at a special “1995 price” when they went on sale last month.
Now, the Vodafone Warriors are at it again, announcing today a one-off deal on selected food items for fans attending Saturday’s season-opener at Mt Smart Stadium.
This weekend’s clash against the Bulldogs has been billed as a massive celebration of the club’s 25th season in the NRL and doubles as the annual “Old Boys’ Day” with more than 40 former Vodafone Warriors expected to be on hand.
And in continuing the retro theme, the club has worked with Auckland Stadiums and the stadium caterers, Epicure, to introduce “1990s pricing” on three food items for the milestone game.
For Saturday’s game day only, the ever-popular items of hot chips, hot dogs and pies will be available to purchase for just $3.50*. This represents a $2 discount off normal retail prices at Mt Smart Stadium.
“We are passionate about packing out Mt Smart Stadium every game day,” Vodafone Warriors CEO Cameron George said.
“As a club, we’ve set the goal of delivering wow to our fans every time they step foot into Mt Smart Stadium.
“We are confident they will experience that this weekend and we are hoping the pricing initiative on our food favourites will be a real treat for people when they get down here and get behind the boys.
“We need our fans here and loud and proud on Saturday.”
Auckland Stadiums Acting Director James Parkinson said the food special was an indication of his organisation’s willingness to work with the Vodafone Warriors to deliver exceptional game day experiences in 2019.
“Auckland Stadiums are incredibly excited for the Vodafone Warriors’ historic 25th season in the NRL at their home, Mt Smart Stadium,” Parkinson said.
“We have some great shared initiatives planned for fans this year and are kicking things off by going back to our 1995 stadium roots.”
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* The deal only applies to Mt Smart Stadium’s Epicure food outlets and does not apply to offerings from subcontractors’ food trucks.