NRL club hits back at claims their season tickets are too expensive

The NRL’s newest club The Dolphins, led by former England boss Wayne Bennett and ex-St Helens boss Kristian Woolf, are not shy of making headlines.

They did so again this week with confirmation of a season ticket deal for $325 or $32.50 a game considering they only have 10 home games.

This is in stark contrast to Queensland rivals the Brisbane Broncos’ whose season tickets just cost $199 whilst Canterbury Bulldogs and New Zealand Warriors are offering memberships for around $15 per game.

However, The Dolphins have hit back at claims their price is unfair.

Speaking to the Daily Telegraph, Dolphins chief Terry Reader said: “Our 10-game membership package that covers both Suncorp Stadium and Moreton Daily Stadium is currently a limited premium option.

“We have predictably already seen huge uptake in that category.

“Fans understand this is the best way to ensure they lock in the premium seats given the capacity differences at our 10,000-seat Moreton Daily Stadium compared to Suncorp Stadium.

“We are playing seven games at Suncorp Stadium and our cheapest adult season membership for Suncorp games is $105 or just $15 a game.

“You can also take a family of four to those seven games at Suncorp Stadium as a membership for $270 – or $38.50 per game, which is less than $10 per person for each match.

“Obviously as a new club we have not yet released all of our membership options.

“Next week we will release flexible three-game memberships at Suncorp Stadium that will be priced from $18 per game for an adult, and a four-game package that includes tickets to our three matches at Moreton Daily Stadium at Redcliffe and a ticket to our game on the Sunshine Coast.

“We are certainly providing some great value for money.”

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