Willie Walker has made sure he is part of the action for Worcester Warriors after penning a deal at Sixways Stadium - now you can be a part of matchdays with our best ever range of Season Ticket packages available for the 2009/10 season!
Sales are moving briskly as fans take advantage of the Price Freeze on packages to ensure they keep their favourite Sixways seat under the Loyal Warrior Offer.
As well as the price freeze the club is also now offering a new easy payment plan option so supporters can spread payments through the summer to secure their seat, have an upgrade or buy as a gift.
Purchasing a Season Ticket for 2009/10 is even better value for money as the club is including 17 home games, including all Guinness Premiership, domestic and European cup pool fixtures.
Other benefits of the new package includes free entry to pre-season fixtures announced as Heineken Cup giants Ulster Rugby and National One side Doncaster Knights, Warriors A and Academy games, discounted travel, priority booking on rugby and events and the chance to win top prizes.
Warriors are also offering supporters the opportunity to further invest in the club by purchasing a three-year Debenture package. If you would like further information regarding this offer, please contact the Warriors Box Office on 01905 454183.
Director of Rugby Mike Ruddock said: "All professional rugby players want to be performing in front of large crowds and the support we have had this season at Sixways Stadium has been absolutely fantastic.
"I hope even more fans will take advantage of the price freeze and new benefits that come with Season Tickets to cheer us on next season as it does make a huge difference to the players."
For further details on Season Ticket packages please pick up an application form or call the Warriors Box Office on 01905 454183.
A downloadable Season Ticket form is also be available from www.warriors.co.uk and clicking on the Ticket section.
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