As the 2021 Super League season draws ever nearer, the only way to watch your team in every game after round two is to have a season ticket. Below we have a look at what the season ticket prices are for each club.
Castleford have frozen the price of their season tickets for the fourth season and they offer two prices per category with seated or standing. Adults standing is £260 whilst seated is £293. Young person standing is £150, seated £185 whilst concessions standing is £167 and seated £210. Of course, we can’t forget the juniors whose standing price is £80 and seated £105.
Catalans Dragons currently have no season ticket prices so the prices are per match. With no date of return of crowds in France and no idea of the new protocols concerning the stadium capacity, the club cannot launch any offer. Depending on what stand that you want to watch the game in and what level of ticket you select you could be paying up to €53 and as cheap as €15 for an adult. Students are €10 and under-12s are €4.
Huddersfield Giants have the cheapest season ticket prices for the season as they have announced special prices for their 2021 season card. The price is just £99 per adult over 30 and £50 for under-30s.
Ticket prices for the KCOM all depend on what section of the ground that you choose. The cheapest section is zone five in the West stand unreserved. The most expensive section is zone one in the East stand reserved. Adult prices start from £150 and go up to £280. Juniors start at £50 and go to £80. Senior/under-21 prices start at £130 to £199. Students/under-18 prices start at £99, rising to £135.
Hull KR have two prices for each category. They have the Roger Millward stand and then all other areas. If you are part of the Rovers Forever scheme it is £10 cheaper than paying in store. The Roger Millward prices are: adults £290, concession £200, under-18s £85 and infant £85. All other areas prices are: adults £250, concessions £180, under-18s £72 and infants go free.
The Rhinos have frozen the prices for the next three seasons to the 2020 prices but as they have fewer home games in the 2021 season they have reduced the price. The prices all depend on what stand that the fans choose with the cheapest of all categories being in the Western Terrace. Adults are priced at £140, concessions at £93, juniors 12-16 at £56 and juniors under-12s at £47. The most expensive is the Tetley’s south stand centre seat with adult prices at £372, concessions at £298, juniors 12-16 and juniors under-12 both at £168.
For their first season in Super League since 2017, the Centurions have two prices per category, one for the north stand and one for the west stand. For the north stand the adult prices are £276, 65+ and 18-21 are £202, 12-17 are £60, 5-11 are £50 and under-5s are £10. In the west stand, adults are £299, 65+ and 18-21 are £229, 12-17 are £70 and the other two are the same price as those in the north stand.
Salford Red Devils
The Red Devils only use two stands for their season tickets and that is the south stand which is standing and the west stand where they offer a VIP price. For the south stand adults are £223, under-21s are £84, under-18s are £65, under-16s are £15 and under-11s are £5. In the West Stand adults are priced at £279, under-21s are £111, under-18s are £84, under-16s £23 and under-11s are just £10.
The 2020 champions have a period where if you renewed before the end of February then you would’ve had the cheaper price and save anything from £30+. St Helens offer a bronze, silver or gold ticket price for both the north and south stand as they are seated and the west stand is for standing. The most expensive is the gold bracket with adults at £362, concessions and young adults both at £270, youth at £196 and junior at £115. The west stand and family sections are both the same prices with adults at £270, concessions and young adult at £188, youth at £118 and junior at £62
The Wildcats offer two different prices with the choice being seated – which is the more expensive – or standing which is £25 cheaper. The following prices are for seated. Adult are £284, concessions are £224, young adults are £124 and juniors £30 for both seated and standing.
The Wolves have frozen their prices from last season and if you had a membership in 2020 then you could get a 25% discount on your 2021 card. The most expensive ticket is for the gold section in the north stand with adults at £283, concessions and young adults at £259, teens at £191, juniors at £109 and infants at £20. The cheapest is in the south stand terrace. Adults are £265, concessions and young adults are £177, young adults are at £124, and juniors are £65 and infants again at £20.
For the Warriors, they offer fans what kind of view they want. You can choose between the sideline or behind the posts. There is around a £20 difference between the two with behind the posts the cheaper view. Prices from behind the posts for adults are £107, seniors are £142, young adults are £140, youth £132 and junior £32 which is the same price for both views. Kids up to seven go free.