Warrington Wolves' Supporters Trust offer great value for money on 2013 season tickets

From left, Godfrey Gwilliam, Tony Smith, Adrian Morley and Roy Chicken pose with the 2012 MNDA Charity shirt

From left, Godfrey Gwilliam, Tony Smith, Adrian Morley and Roy Chicken pose with the 2012 MNDA Charity shirt

First published in Wolves news

WARRINGTON Wolves' Supporters Trust is hoping to build on last year's increase in season ticket sales by offering new fans a limited time give-away.

With the club breaking the 8,000 barrier for season tickets sold in 2012, the Supporters Trust has high hopes that their special offer will have even more fans flocking through the gates to watch Warrington Wolves' 2013 Super League campaign.

All supporters who buy a 2013 adult or concession/student/young adult season ticket between today and 5pm on February 2 will receive a free 2012 MNDA Charity Shirt, plus a year’s complimentary subscription to the Supporters Trust.

Those purchasing for juniors will be offered a choice of a cuddly Wolfie stuffed toy, a Steeden size 5 ball or Challenge Cup Final DVD and poster pack.

Wolves' head of coaching and rugby Tony Smith said: “It’s great to see the Supporters Trust and club working closely together to the benefit of our ever loyal supporters and the future of the club.

"Our fans play a massive part in building up the atmosphere on a match day and the crowds, both home and away, really do help to spur the lads on.”

Chairman of the Supporters Trust Roy Chicken added: “Following a great season in 2012 the stage is now set for an even better 2013 and we wouldn’t want anyone to miss out.

"As a Trust and club we understand that financial times are hard and have therefore come up with a joint season ticket package to offer even more value for money ahead of the new campaign. “Let’s pack out The Halliwell Jones Stadium on match days and we look forward to welcoming supporters, both old and new, to Supporters Trust events throughout the year ahead.”

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