A TICKET bundle to watch Rugby League World Cup 2021 group games at Warrington Wolves' Halliwell Jones Stadium is now available.

The bundle offers fans the chance to watch all three men’s matches coming to Warrington next year – New Zealand vs Lebanon, Papua New Guinea vs Cook Island, and Samoa vs France.

The bundle is available from £40 for adults and £25 for concessions.

Ticket bundles are available during the 'Rugby League Family priority access sale period' from September 21 to October 1, 2020 and will offer the best possible chance for fans to secure the tickets they want at the very best prices available.

There is also a range of other mouth-watering bundles on offer across the different host venues in Bolton, Doncaster, Hull, Leeds, London, Newcastle, Sheffield, St Helens, Wigan and Leigh and York.

The 'Rugby League Family' includes the RLWC2021 database of fans, previous ticket buying customers, volunteers, associated partners and hosts. Excited fans can still sign up to be part of the Priority Access Sale and purchase tickets until the close of the window on October 1 2020 at 20:21 (BST) via: rlwc2021.com/signup

Jon Dutton, RLWC2021 Chief Executive, said: “Warrington is a passionate Rugby League town, and the bundle on offer gives fans the chance to take in some high-quality Rugby League as they welcome six nations from the men's tournament.

“This will be the most inclusive and accessible Rugby League World Cup ever and we have ticket bundles that offer something for everyone, whether you’re a die-hard Rugby League fan or someone new to the sport, you can take in men’s, women’s and wheelchair games all at amazing prices.”

RLWC2021 ticket transactions during all sales periods will also benefit the work of Official Tournament Charity Partner UNICEF (UK). With 50p of the £4.00* ticket booking processing fee going to support the charity's unique partnership with RLWC2021 that will use the power of the tournament to raise awareness and funds for UNICEF work protecting children in the UK and internationally.

Dutton added: "Working with UNICEF will give the sport a powerful platform to improve the economic and social well-being of children and young people with half of the money raised through the tournament being reinvested in UK programmes. The donation through ticket sales is just one of our commitments to raise funds for UNICEF on the road to, and during the RLWC2021.”

Organisers also confirmed earlier this year that the work, effort, dedication and sheer determination of key workers in the UK is to be recognised by RLWC2021 through 20,021 free tickets via an application process which opens today and closes on October 13. For details of how to apply visit: www.rlwc2021.com/keyworkertickets

Accessible seating will be available at all 61 matches across the tournament.

These tickets as well as all other RLWC2021 general admission and hospitality tickets have a full refund guarantee should there be restrictions on crowds at the event and to reassure fans in the unfortunate circumstance the event must be cancelled.

For all other ticketing information visit: www.rlwc2021.com/tickets