2017/18 Season Tickets

Season Tickets have gone on sale for the eagerly-anticipated 2017/18 English National Ice Hockey League North Laidler Conference campaign.

The Ollie Barron lead RTL sponsored Widnes Wild will be looking to push on after a winning the playoffs in Sheffield and next season is sure to be an enthralling one and Ollie has already to sign his team.

Widnes Wild’s Chair Matt Lloyd said: “In recent years we have seen ice hockey develop from a curiosity into a way of life in Widnes.  Next season should be one of the best in the NiHL Laidler Conference with all the teams looking to compete and the best way for Wild fans to ensure they catch all the action is by signing up for a season ticket”.

After being able to keep adult game tickets at just £6 for the last three seasons the RTL Widnes Wild are reluctantly having to increase tickets to £7 for adults and £4 for children from this season.  This means that over an 18 game league season (an increase of four over last season)  fans who purchase an early bird adult season ticket will save 22% (the equivalent to nearly free four games).  In addition season ticket holders will get free entry to pre-season friendly games at Silver Blades Widnes.

Adults will be able to watch every face-off from as little as £99 with under sixteens paying just £45 to watch every league game.    There is a great instalment plan available allowing fans to spread the cost over three instalments between now and the beginning of the season.

As well as being able to purchase a season ticket this year fans can also join the #WildOnes the official but independent supports club.  WildOnes have access to discounted away travel, 10% discount on Wild Merchandise, fan only events, discounts from local companies and much more. The cost of #WildOnes membership is just £10.

Click here to download an application form or email info@widneswild.co.uk for more information. Season tickets can also be purchased directly from Silver Blades Widnes.

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