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Tickets now on sale for all home games

Tickets for all regular-season home games have gone on sale ahead of the One New Zealand Warriors’ 2024 campaign.

Sales opened through Ticketek last week for the two matches at Apollo Projects Stadium in Christchurch – the Preseason Challenge match against the Wests Tigers on Sunday, February 18 (4.00pm kick-off) and the third-round home encounter with the Canberra Raiders on Friday, March 24 (8.00pm kick-off).

Tickets went on public sale through Ticketmaster on Monday for the One New Zealand Warriors’ second Preseason Challenge fixture against the Dolphins at Go Media Stadium on Saturday, February 24.

And they went on the market this week for the 10 home games at Go Media Stadium starting with the first-round clash against Cronulla Sutherland at Go Media Stadium on Friday, March 8 (8.00pm kick-off).

BUY TICKETS HERE for the two games in Christchurch. Packages are available for the two matches from just $50.00.

After a 162-day wait, Go Media Stadium lights up again with the One New Zealand Warriors taking on the Dolphins in their final trial on February 24. All seats are priced at $15 with free entry for members.

The One New Zealand Warriors regular season home games in Auckland are:

  • Friday, March 8 | Cronulla Sutherland, 8.00pm (Rd 1)
  • Sunday, March 31 | Newcastle, 6.05pm (Rd 4)
  • Saturday, April 13 | Manly Warringah, 5.00pm (Rd 6)
  • Thursday, April 25 | Gold Coast, 4.00pm (Rd 8)
  • Sunday, May 26 | Dolphins, 6.05pm (Rd 12)
  • Saturday, June 15 | Melbourne, 7.30pm (Rd 15)
  • Saturday, June 29 | Brisbane, 5.00pm (Rd 17)
  • Friday, July 26 | Wests Tigers, 8.00pm (Rd 21)
  • Friday, August 2 | Parramatta, 8.00pm (Rd 22)
  • Friday, August 23 | Canterbury Bankstown, 8.00pm (Rd 25)

Go to Ticketmaster for tickets for all games at Go Media Stadium.

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