Worcester Warriors have slashed the price of coach travel for our big Guinness Premiership away games at Leeds Carnegie on Sunday, April 25 so as many fans as possible can get behind the team and be our 16th man!
The league season is set to reach a thrilling climax and Warriors will hit the road for the last time this Sunday, when we travel to Headingley Carnegie Stadium.
Warriors want to generate as much fan power as possible at the final away game and have now announced it will offer subsidised coach travel to the game.
Tickets to catch the coach have now been reduced to £8 for Season Ticket and Debenture holders and £10 for all other fans.
Mike Ruddock said: "We look forward to our last away game of the season at Leeds and we are delighted to learn that fans can take advantage of reduced prices on coach travel to support the Warriors in this crucial league game.
"It would be fantastic to see as many fans as possible taking up this opportunity to cheer the team on and assist us to achieve our goal of retaining our Guinness Premiership status."
To book your spot on the coach - or match tickets for Leeds away - please contact the Warriors Box Office on 01905 454183 today!
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