Huddersfield Giants will again be working in partnership with Deliveree and The Huddersfield Daily Examiner to promote the next Super League home game versus Salford Red Devils on Sunday March 6th.
The club will also honour any Hull KR admission vouchers (tickets) that were unable to be used due to weather conditions at the weekend by allowing exchanges at the stadium ticket office window from now up until kick off next week.
Giants fans will be able to get £5 off any food or drink at the Deliveree Food Festival when purchasing Wednesday’s Huddersfield Examiner (03/03/2022) and bringing the voucher in the paper to the game.
To redeem the offer simply pass the voucher to the vendor of your choice before 2pm on Sunday in exchange for product. The voucher value is up to £5 maximum and terms and conditions are printed on it.
The club are again asking supporters their help to make Huddersfield’s next home game against Salford Red Devils a day to remember by utilising their Bring a Buddy Gift Vouchers to bring as many people as possible to the Stadium and urging supporters to create a festival atmosphere in and around the John Smith’s Stadium in the lead-up to kick-off.
Huddersfield Giants Managing Director Richard Thewlis said “There was an enormous amount of work went into last weekend and we have received superbly positive feedback from all areas.
“The reality of the weather did put a dampener on things however we battled on and as I say the attendees we’ve spoken to have been fulsome in their praise of the efforts made.
“We fully understand many were unable to attend in those conditions and of course the aim now is to get everyone to the Salford game next weekend and to coin a coaching phrase we will be going “unchanged”. By that we mean the Christmas vouchers are still valid and around 98% are still in circulation, anyone with an unused Hull KR ticket can swap it for a Salford one, the Examiner Special will be Wednesday again with Deliveree vouchers for savings on food and drink in there.
“The DJ is booked and the singer as well as the fireboxes and fireworks so the message again will be to come early and enjoy your day down here. There were many positives on and off the field for us to build on last week and that’s the aim from now ahead of Salford with particular emphasis on the social media side of things via Twitter, Facebook and Instagram which we’d urge all our supporters to follow us on.”