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WIGAN TICKETS STILL ON SALE

By Tom Stewart | 08/05/2014

This latest First Utility Super League match provides the last opportunity for Hull supporters to watch the Airlie Birds play at the KC before a lengthy stretch on the road.

Lee Radford’s men head into the game seeking a much needed victory that would rejuvenate their season, and with tickets starting at £10 for juniors and £19 per adult, this is a fantastic opportunity to witness a high quality Super League clash at an affordable price.

In the club's designated family area in the West Stand, a parent and child can watch the match for £25 or a family of four can enjoy all of the action for a bargain £50. This section of the ground also offers visits from the first team squad and free children’s entertainers such as face painters and balloon modellers.

Tickets are on sale from the KC Stadium ticket office and the TryPod by St Stephen's or by calling 01482 505 600.

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