THE Giants have launched a Christmas Junior Season Ticket Pack which they believe will prove a massive hit.
Billed as the perfect Christmas stocking filler, they will be going on sale from the Galpharm ticket office tomorrow.
The Primary School Child Pack for £15 includes a junior home season ticket, beanie hat, Giants mug and Giants calendar signed by a first-team Super League star presented in a Giants bag.
The Secondary School Child Pack for £50 includes a junior season ticket to home and away Super League games, beanie hat, Giants mug and the signed Giants calendar in a Giants bag.
And Giants marketing chief James Brammer, pictured left, believes the timing of the promotion couldn't be better.
"This really is an ideal stocking filler," he said.
"Promotions like this have proved popular before, and I don't see why this should be any different. We believe the packs offer fantastic value for money."
Meanwhile, tickets for the engage Super League's Millennium Magic weekend in Cardiff are now on sale.
All supporters wishing to attend the event over the weekend of May 5 and 6 are urged to purchase through the Giants as a scheme has been established where revenue gained from ticket sales through the club is kept by the club, while the revenue from tickets bought through the RFL is distributed to all 12 competing clubs. A three-game, one-day pass will cost £18, £25 and £30.
A weekend six-game pass to take in all six matches will cost £30, £40 and £45. Concession prices for both packages are available with a 50% discount.
The season ticket holder full weekend rates are: £25, £35, £40
The Giants game against Wakefield is on Sunday, May 6 (2.00).