IT'S families first for the Giants' home clash against Hull FC tomorrow.
A variety of Easter activities have been planned ahead of the 7.30 Super League start.
The Galpharm Easter events get under way at 5pm when staff at the stadium shop will start distributing forms for a treasure hunt.
There will be clues dotted around the stadium, with the winner collecting an Easter egg and a family pass to the Eureka! Children's Museum.
Asda have also donated a dozen Easter eggs which will be given out as prizes throughout the evening.
There are other Easter-themed events planned for the night, with Giants marketing officer Jonathan Wilkinson confident they will prove real winners.
"Easter is traditionally a time for the family, so we have geared everything towards giving the whole family a good night out," said Wilkinson.
"We're sure the fact children get free admission will make tomorrow's match a winner."
Meanwhile, club officials are urging fans who are planning to go to the clash at Harlequins on Saturday, April 29, to get their tickets as quickly as possible.
The Giants have been given an allocation of just 300, and they are selling fast.
Flyers coach tickets for the game are also on sale from Tony Iredale Travel and, again, the advice is to book early to avoid disappointment.
Tickets are also on sale, too, for next Tuesday's trip to Bradford Bulls. They leave the St Patrick's Centre at 6.45.