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All Titans 2020 NRL season home games are now on sale

Rivalries, redemption and rugby league royalty are all on display at Cbus Super Stadium this year, with tickets to all 11 Gold Coast Titans home games now on sale. 

SECURE YOUR TICKETS

With new seating options, a variable pricing scheme across three categories of games, “locked-in” general admission ticket prices and free public transport on event train and bus services, it has never been easier or better value to show your support for the Titans.

General Admission seating starts at just $18 for juniors, $26 for a family of two and just $30 for adults, while reserved seating in our brand new ‘Sand’ category starts at just $19 for juniors, $36 for a family of two and $30 for adults.

Being a Titans Member entitles you to further discounts on ticket prices, with an extra 15% off additional match day tickets in all categories and for all games!

You can “Join Our Legion” by becoming a Titans member today for just $32, giving you access to the discount ticket prices and a range of Member-exclusive privileges.

Become a Member now at membership.titans.com.au

Buying online is another great way to save money, with $10 off the price of game-day box office tickets.

The new-look Titans, under Super League premiership coach Justin Holbrook, are out to rectify a disappointing season last year, with renewed energy and hunger after a gruelling pre-season campaign. 

But the Titans’ plan to return Cbus Super Stadium to its former status as one of the NRL’s toughest away assignments will be tested by 11 high-quality games against the competition’s most entertaining and attacking teams. 

Last season’s redemption story - the Parramatta Eels, who went from the 2018 wooden spoon to the 2019 finals - open the Cbus Super Stadium season when they take on the Titans in Round 2 on Sunday 22 March

This is the appetizer to the Titans’ biggest rivalry - with the southeast Queensland derby against the Broncos in Round 3 on Sunday 29 March. 

The Titans then hit the road for three weeks before returning to Cbus Super Stadium in Round 7 against the Wests Tigers on Friday 24 April. 

Round 10 plays host to one of the biggest games on the Cbus Super Stadium calendar, when the New Zealand Warriors ride into town on Saturday 16 May. 

The Bulldogs are back in Round 12 for a rare edition of Thursday Night Football at Cbus Super Stadium, playing the Titans on 28 May. 

In Round 14, former New York Jet Valentine Holmes joins the Cowboys for the “surf and turf” derby when the Titans take on North Queensland on Friday 12 June. 

On Saturday 11 July, league royalty arrives at Cbus Super Stadium when Melbourne legend Cameron Smith plays possibly his last game in Queensland as the Titans host the Storm in Round 17. 

It’s then time for a couple of Sydney juggernauts as the Dragons (Round 20) and Rabbitohs (Round 21) arrive for back-to-back blockbusters. 

Last year’s grand finalists Canberra return to Cbus Super Stadium in Round 24, before the Titans close out the regular season against Manly in Round 25.

Book now to make sure you don’t miss your seat, or a minute of the action, as the Titans go toe-to-toe with the toughest teams in the competition in 2020.

Get your tickets now from titans.com.au/ticket, or via the Ticketek call centre on 132 849.