TICKET prices have been slashed for the Giants’ Challenge Cup fifth-round home tie against Warrington Wolves on May 8.
In an exciting new initiative, prices at all eight ties have been fixed at the same price.
Tickets are just £12 for adults and £6 for concessions, including the tie of the round between the Giants and the Wolves in a repeat of last season’s Wembley Cup final.
Although these prices are available on the day of the game, all clubs are advising fans to buy their tickets in advance to guarantee they get a seat in their preferred place.
Supporters should also note junior season-ticket holders gain free admission by using the voucher at the back of their booklets
Harlequins turned the Super League table on its head by coming from 24-6 down at half-time to pull off a sensational victory over Wigan in front of a bumper 18,605 crowd.
Makeshift full-back Luke Dorn sparked the revival with two tries in 10 minutes and captain Rob Purdham clinched the Londoners’ second win of the season with his first try of 2010 11 minutes from the end.
There was also a 12-8 win for Hull FC at home to Wakefield.