Tickets still available for Dacia World Club Challenge

There are still tickets left for this Sunday’s huge Dacia World Club Challenge clash with North Queensland Cowboys at Headingley Carnegie.

Tickets are selling really well for Sunday’s huge clash, with seating areas all sold out and both South and Carnegie Stands at full capacity. However we do have approximately 1000 tickets available in the West Terrace priced at £25 for adults, from £18 for concessions* and £15 for juniors aged 16 & under, and remember that Rhinos 2016 Season Members and Supporter Members can save £2 on their tickets when purchased before midnight on Saturday.
Please note it’s unlikely you’ll be able to purchase tickets on the turnstiles on Sunday so we so urge you to book ahead of the game to avoid disappointment, as the South Stand and St Michael’s Lane cash turnstiles will not be open on the night.

To book your tickets now, call the Ticket Office on 0371 423 1315, pop down to the Leeds Rugby Store at Headingley Carnegie Stadium – open 9am-5pm Monday-Saturday, or book online 24 hours a day at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets. Members must book before midnight on Saturday to take advantage of the £2 discount.

A small number of tickets will be reserved and will be available to buy on the turnstile on Kirkstall Lane for entry to the Western Terrace but these will be available on a first come, first served basis. Numbers will be dependent on sales prior to gates opening so we still encourage advance sales.

If you buy tickets in advance and need to collect your tickets on Sunday please arrive early and head to the official collections point in the Ticket Office on St Michael’s Lane (entrance is street side). We’re expecting a sell-out crowd on Sunday so please arrive early to avoid congestion and to save you queuing. Ticket Office Collections is open from 2pm on Sunday but you can also collect tickets today or tomorrow from the Club Shop between 9am and 5pm.

Please note that we are conducting bag searches at Headingley Carnegie this season and ask that fans consider not bringing any bags into the stadium with them where possible – particularly large bags and rucksacks, as this will slow down entry.