WAKEFIELD Trinity Wildcats fans are being advised to buy their tickets for the Good Friday derby clash against Castleford Tigers sooner rather than later.
Tickets are selling fast for the first meeting between the derby foes this season, to take place at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium on Friday, April 6 (kick-off 7.30pm), and supporters are being urged to buy soon to avoid the disappointment of missing out.
A club spokesperson said: “Seated tickets are extremely limited and anyone wishing to watch the game in the Centre or Eric France East Stand are advised to buy as soon as possible.
“We’re advising people to buy in advance otherwise they may end up disappointed.”
Wakefield are hoping for the first sell-out since the ‘Million Pound’ match between the two sides in 2006. It’ll also be the first match since the completion of the roof on the North Terrace.
Tickets are on sale now and cost from £20 adults and £12 juniors and concessions.
They can be bought by visiting the Wildcats retail outlet in the Ridings, at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium box office, by calling 01924 201548 or visiting the Wildcats official online ticket site.
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