Sounds like a Warriors ticket gets you in...somewhere. My guess is it won't be a sellout
You are a mine of information sir. Now all I have to figure out is what sort of member I am. I think it is Faithful because I don't know what a Legacy is.Reserved seat tickets in the official Vodafone Warriors members’ bays in the North and South Stands have also been included in all Legacy and Faithful full season membership packages.
The match against the Raiders will be one of the Vodafone Warriors’ 10 home games played in Auckland next season – the other nine at Mount Smart Stadium – while their other two home fixtures have been confirmed for the NRL’s Magic Round at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane and at SKY Stadium in Wellington.
The encounter with the Raiders will be the Vodafone Warriors’ seventh home game at Eden Park, six years after their last there which was also against Canberra. Their first was against Parramatta in 2011 followed by Manly in 2012 and the Sydney Roosters in 2013 before three games there in 2014.
Members of both clubs will be able to purchase additional tickets at a discount of 15% off the regular price in a special pre-sale from 12pm today through to 4pm.
How members can access their ticket allocation?
The official Vodafone Warriors members’ bays for the Codes of Auckland event are in the Lower North and Lower South stands at Eden Park.
For now, you don’t need to do anything. Your tickets are already locked in.
As a 2020 Legacy or Faithful member, you will be entitled to one ticket to the Codes of Auckland event for every membership you have purchased.
In February, we will send you a unique Ticketmaster code along with a special link. This code will allow you to go online and download your tickets.
I agree with the viewing thing. A problem I have is I grew up not far from the Park. Even had a job selling food in the stands as a kid. I have been to some monumental games there, especially against South Africa. So the place for me has a sort of sacred feel to it, nothing like Carlaw Park though.. However if those pricks can close down Carlaw Park for no reason, they can do the same for Eden park. Rant over.I cannot stand the view from Eden Park. Hate the place.
Sticks out like dogs balls, same as Brisbane and Melbourne, oh and all the inner Sydney teams except the Sharks.And of course the Sea Eagles have the easiest draw according to the NRL. It's become a very open secret how strategically important they are to the NRL - a Northern Beaches presence to fight the evil AFL in the area etc etc. So it's Buttkissing Arko and Co time. Don't want to make Manly less financially viable than they already are...
I am told officially that it will be first in first served for those seats. Talk about total shite.Reserved seat tickets in the official Vodafone Warriors members’ bays in the North and South Stands have also been included in all Legacy and Faithful full season membership packages.
While I totally get the irritation about going to Eden park again we need to be open to trying things and sometimes swallowing a dead rat for the greater good of the game. The games a negative to the hardcore fans but aimed at exposing the game to new fans, so I support trying things.Sorry guys but time for Cameron George to go. The guy has gone too far this time.
You are joking. Nobody is going to get behind that arrogant prick.CG needs to get onto some winners so the fans start getting in behind him,
What greater good? Go on tell me, what greater good? George is just a bullshit artist.While I totally get the irritation about going to Eden park again we need to be open to trying things and sometimes swallowing a dead rat for the greater good of the game.