Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Great value tickets for Manly clash

Wests Tigers take on the high-flying Manly Sea Eagles this Monday at Campbelltown Sports Stadium with plenty at stake for both sides.

Wests Tigers duo Robbie Farah and Liam Fulton will bring up significant milestones, with 200 and 150 NRL games respectively as they look to keep in striking distance of the top eight.

Manly will be looking to cement a spot in the top four, however the Wests Tigers will be desperate to send Benji Marshall out of Campbelltown Sports Stadium a winner.

Purchase any Adult General Admission ticket and receive a free child pass (Under 16 years) and help cheer on the Wests Tigers in a must-win clash.

This great value deal is available for both pre-sale and on match day, with tickets available for purchase online, through all PROticket agencies and at the gate.

There is a limit of one free child ticket per paying Adult. The game is one not to be missed, click here to purchase your ticket.

Alternatively, spend $50 or more at Gearzone Macarthur Square this Thursday (July 25) between 5pm and 6:30pm and receive a FREE General Admission ticket to Monday's game*. Eddy Pettybourne, Masada Iosefa, Matt Bell and Ben Murdoch-Masila will be making an in-store appearance during that time.

Meet young guns Tim Simona and David Nofoaluma along with Eddy Pettybourne this Saturday (July 27) at Westfield Liverpool between 11am and 12:30pm and have access to another great ticketing offer. With any Wests Tigers jersey purchase, receive a free General Admission ticket to Monday's game*!

Don't miss out on a great night of footy at Campbelltown Sports Stadium!
*Please note that these tickets do not include a free child pass.


WESTS Tigers fans are urged to farewell five-eighth Benji Marshall (pictured) from Campbelltown Sports Stadium at the round 20 clash with Manly Sea Eagles this Monday, July 29 at 7pm. 
The New Zealand international requested a leave from his contract with the Tigers, which was active until 2015, for a possible transfer to rugby union.

Marshall farewelled the joint home ground of Leichhardt Oval after the Tigers 24-14 loss to the Warriors last Friday night.

This Monday's game against the fourth-placed Sea Eagles will be Marshall's last at Campbelltown, where he made his debut against the Newcastle Knights in round 20 of the 2003 season.

Marshall played fullback during Tigers' 52-12 thrashing of the Knights.

 Match Day Information
Wests Tigers are pleased to provide Members and supporters with the match day information for the clash against the Sea Eagles at Campbelltown Sports Stadium on Monday, July 29.

4:30pm: Gates open
4:45pm: Holden Cup: Wests Tigers v Manly
7:00pm: NRL: Wests Tigers v Manly

You can buy tickets by calling 1300 12 10 12 or at our Gearzone stores located at Concord Oval and Macarthur Square Campbelltown.
You can bring a Child (Under 16 years) for FREE with any Adult General Admission ticket purchased. Limit of one child per paying Adult.

Supporters will be able to purchase Wests Tigers merchandise at the following locations.
- Merchandise Van at the Lumeah Rd entrance
- Merchandise marquee at the Pembroke Rd entrance

Wests Tigers will be offering 10% off all Merchandise at this Monday night's game. The sale will start once gates open and will be available at both locations mentioned above. Don't miss out on your chance to pick up the latest gear at a discounted price!

There will be a Hyundai junior relay semi-final, BINGO buggy, face-painting and a host of other entertainment.

Supporters Bus
The Supporters bus will leave:
Rozelle (Old Balmain Leagues) at 2:35
Wests Ashfield Arrive- 3:00pm / Depart 3:10
Arrive at Campbelltown Sports Stadium - 4:30pm
Prices – From Rozelle $35 (non members) $30 (Members)/ From Wests Ashfield $30 (Non Members), $25 (Member). The bus will only run if we have enough numbers, to book a seat call (02)8741 3300.

Post-match function
Campbelltown Leagues Club will host a post-match function following the Wests Tigers clash with Manly.

Match Day sponsor
The match day sponsor is Wests Campbelltown.

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