THE Giants are worried they are losing the first battle with Warrington Wolves ahead of the Carnegie Challenge Cup semi-final.
The Wolves ticket sales for the game at Salford’s new Barton Stadium on Sunday week have soared past those of the Giants.
It means that the Giants have had to release some of their allocation to their opponents.
Giants Managing Director Richard Thewlis said it was disappointing and added: “It’s clear that the Wolves fans will outnumber ours significantly.
“We have tried to get the message out to buy early, but it seems that the Wolves have been more successful than us in this respect and they get their rewards with more tickets.
“Our issue now is that if we do not sell – and sell quickly – then we are in danger of losing more tickets to the Wolves.
“The message to our supporters is one of stark reality that waiting until next week could well be too late.”
The Giants ticket office is open Monday to Friday 9am-5pm and Saturday 9am-noon.
Prices are £18 for adults and £9 for concessions in the South Stand. West Stand seating is at £20 for adults (£10 concessions) in the corner and rises to £26 (& £13 concessions) for more central areas.
The Ticket Hotline is 01484 484123 and fans can buy online at www.giantsrl.com