You can now buy tickets to any of the Titans' home matches in 2015, including the season opener against Wests Tigers on Saturday March 7.
Tickets to Titans matches will be as affordable as any club’s in the league with the Titans continuing their special family packages from as low as $50 for a family of four with standard general entry of $25 for all matches.
The Titans have a much more convenient draw for home fans than last season with five Saturday matches (four in the evening), two Sundays and only one Monday night clash in the first 20 rounds. Their last three home matches, against Parramatta, Canberra and St George Illawarra, will not be allocated until midway through the season.
The Titans, keen to attract families, have kept their prices at 2014 level with the “kids go free” promotion to be available for every match (as long as each is accompanied by a paying adult).
Another great feature of attending matches at Cbus Super Stadium is that the Titans are one of the few clubs who promote the tradition of children accessing the field of play after each match, which has proved extremely popular with our young fans.
Club membership is still the most economical way to attend games, with the category 3 (steel) membership package available for less than $20 a match for an adult and child package. Membership also includes a host of other exclusive benefits such as merchandise, club communications and invitations to events.
The club has retained its variable pricing structure, where prices vary according to the category of match. In 2015 it is: Category A (v Broncos, Rabbitohs, Warriors), Category B (Tigers, Panthers, Bulldogs, Eels, Dragons) and Category C (Knights, Sharks, Sea Eagles, Raiders).
Tickets are $2 cheaper per person if purchased online.
The league and club have earmarked certain rounds and applied a ‘game-day theme’. We are encouraging all our supporters to get into the spirit of the theme by dressing up accordingly. This will start with the club’s first home game – against the Wests Tigers on March 7 – being a rock ’n ’roll theme.
CEO Graham Annesley says the club is satisfied with the draw which sees no matches kick-off earlier than 5.30pm before April 18.
“We have tried to keep ticket prices as affordable as possible, especially for families, however membership still provides the best value for our fans and also gives an extra sense of allegiance to the club,” Annesley said.
“We’re happy we've received a good draw that generally better suits out members and fans with predominantly evening kick-offs.
“The Broncos clash on the Good Friday public holiday will be a blockbuster with people not having to rush to the game after work. It should be a huge night.”
To buy tickets, click here: titans.com.au/tickets
The Titans’ home draw is:
Round 1 v Wests Tigers, Saturday March 7 (6pm)
Round 3 v Newcastle Knights, Sunday March 22 (5.30pm)
Round 5 v Brisbane Broncos, Friday April 3 (7.30pm)
Round 7 v Penrith Panthers, Saturday April 18 (3pm)
Round 10 v Cronulla Sharks, Saturday May 16 (5.30pm)
Round 12 v South Sydney Rabbitohs, Saturday May 30 (3pm)
Round 14 v Canterbury Bulldogs, Sunday June 14 (4pm)
Round 15 v Warriors, Saturday June 30 (5.30pm)
Round 18 v Many Sea Eagles, Monday July 13 (7pm)
Round 21 v Parramatta Eels (July 31-30)
Round 24 v Canberra Raiders (August 21-24)
Round 25 v Dragons (August 28-31)