NSW WARATAHS MATCHDAY INFORMATION

2016 Tickets on sale

This it Tahs fans! Tickets for the NSW Waratahs home matches at Allianz Stadium go on sale from midday Tuesday 19 January 2016 at www.ticketek.com.au/Waratahs. Don't miss your chance to support the Waratahs in the stands this upcoming season.

For the full list of 2016 NSW Waratahs home games, see our 2016 draw.

Details on ticket prices are below. You can view the seating map here.

 

Adult

Concession*

Junior~

Family^

Platinum

$72

$57

$42

$189

Gold

$53

$42

$32

$147

Silver

$37

$23

$19

$93

Bronze (General Admission)

$23

$18

$12

$63

* concession – aged 13-17 years old; tertiary full-time student card holders; pensioners (aged, tpi, war service widows) or NSW seniors card holders

~ junior – children aged 12 or under as at 1 September, 2015. children aged 3 and under are ‘free on the knee’, however if any child requires a reserved seat, regardless of age, a ticket or membership must be purchased for them.

^family – 2 adults and 2 juniors or 1 adult and 3 juniors

 

Don't forget, you can save up to 25% on individual ticket prices by becoming a 2016 NSW Waratahs member. For more information on our range of 2016 membership packs visit www.waratahs.com.au/membership

 


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