EXCITED Giants chairman Ken Davy is looking for the McAlpine Super League club to spark a massive Bank Holiday weekend of Huddersfield sporting celebration.
And Davy has taken major steps to ensure as many fans as possible can share in the excitement.
The McAlpine supremo will watch the in-form Giants entertain Wakefield on Sunday (5.30) before heading off to Cardiff for Town's play-off final against Mansfield on Monday.
Over 21,000 Town fans are heading to Wales, with many going down on the day.
And to encourage those to take in the Giants v Wildcats clash, the owner of the football club will let them watch the Super League action for £1!
"This is a massive weekend for sport in the town and I want as many fans as possible to share in it," said Davy.
"To further develop the togetherness between our two professional clubs the Giants will allow entry to Sunday's derby against Wakefield for just £1, providing people show their play-off final ticket at the turnstile.
"Over 21,000 are travelling to Cardiff, many of whom are Giants fans, but to the others I would say kick-start the sporting excellence in style from the McAlpine on Sunday.
"Wakefield will be tough opponents and the more support we get, the better."