THE Giants are confident of attracting their highest home Super League crowd against Hull on Sunday to continue a very positive trend.
Huddersfield have already achieved their best this year for games at home to Leeds (15,629) and Castleford (7,184) and their Hull home record of 7,188 set last march is set to be smashed.
That’s particularly the case after both clubs have just celebrated their first wins of the season.
While Huddersfield opened their account with the 64-12 thrashing of Castleford Tigers, Hull fought back from a 16-8 half-time deficit to beat Wigan 24-22 at the KC Stadium.
As a result, at least 2,500 are expected to make the trip from Hull this weekend.
And with more strong Huddersfield backing, another excellent atmosphere is certain to be guaranteed.
“Interest in this game has been fantastic on the back of our great win over Castleford,” said Giants marketing chief James Brammer.
“And with the ‘Bring a Buddy’ vouchers at the back of season-ticket booklets, which allow entry for a friend for just £10 we’re hoping for another good crowd.”
All non-season ticket holders are encouraged to purchase tickets for a family of four from just £33 if they are pre-bought before matchday.
Tickets for Primary School children are once again free of charge in Super League XIII.
Tickets are available from the Galpharm Stadium or by contacting the ticket hotline on 0870 44 44 552.