Rams supporters advised to snap up Bulls tickets

Aaron Brown, Jason Crookes and Dalton Grant celebrate a Rams try against Newcastle Thunder.

Aaron Brown, Jason Crookes and Dalton Grant celebrate a Rams try against Newcastle Thunder.

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Dewsbury Rams are advising supporters to buy tickets in advance of their mouthwatering Kingstone Press Championship clash with Bradford Bulls on Easter Monday.

The North Stand (seated) of Tetley’s Stadium has been designated all ticket and although the terracing areas of the South Stand and eastern end of the ground will accept cash on the day, tickets can also be bought in advance.

Adult and concession season ticket holders for the North Stand should present their ticket as normal but junior season ticket holders must obtain a voucher from the Rams club reception before approaching the turnstiles.

Supporters without a season ticket who wish to sit in the North Stand for the Bulls match should buy their tickets in advance.

Tickets are on sale at the club from today (Friday) until next Thursday (April 2) at 4pm.

Supporters without a season ticket who wish to stand can pay cash at the turnstile, although the Rams are advising them to also buy tickets to avoid queues on matchday.

An allocation of tickets has been sent to Bradford and Bulls supporters are asked to buy direct from Odsal.

The Rams are reporting that all corporate and hospitality packages for the game have sold out in advance.

Bulls fans are swelling Championship attendances on their travels this season.

A crowd of 7,449 watched their opening game at Leigh, 6,346 attended the Featherstone away game, while a crowd of 2,223 was announced at Batley, although that gate has since been increased to 3,019 on the Bulldogs website.