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    Default Tickets for Toronto Wolfpack 2nd May

    Tickets are available from Toronto Wolfpack site on Saturday 7th December 10.00a.m. EST

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    I'm guessing that these are for the Toronto fans.
    I would imagine that we will have sufficient number available soon through the normal channel.

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    Match day tickets are included with the My Wolfpack Tour packages.
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    I will probably order mine.
    They are general admission tickets. About 45 a pair and they are print at home E tickets.

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    Does anyone have any idea if there's an 'away' side? It just looks like two stands. I've no idea if you can move freely from one to the other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KentishBarry View Post
    Does anyone have any idea if there's an 'away' side? It just looks like two stands. I've no idea if you can move freely from one to the other.
    They both just say general admission don't they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Div View Post
    They both just say general admission don't they?
    They do Div. I just don't know if you have the choice of either stand on the day, or if it's 'general admission' to one particular side or the other.
    I've emailed them to ask but they're closed today.

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    Let us know what they say please Barry.

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    And me please.

    Surely Saints will be selling a batch too?
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    Nothing back from them as yet.
    I've just tried a second email address for them.

    I'm assuming Saints will be allocated some but I've no idea how many, or if they'll all be snapped up by organised tour groups!

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    The reply back from TWP...

    'Seating at Lamport Stadium is general admission so fans are free to sit where they'd like. When buying tickets, Ticketmaster automatically assigns each ticket a gate/section/seat number however this is solely for their tracking. So please do not be alarmed when you see all that information on your ticket.
    Travelling away fans usually sit on the east side of the stadium, but again you are free to sit anywhere.'

    So see you all on the East side!

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    In the first couple of years they did have tickets for each side, but last year you could sit anywhere. Most away fans like your reply does say sit in the middle of the east stand. The beer tent area is another place to watch the game and that's behind the sticks in the North end. VIP is in the south end (no seating).

    They also said that they would be assigning a certain number of tickets for away fans but didn't give an indication on numbers. It's going to be interesting how many fans teams will be bringing over. Sell-outs are expected.

    I went to most games last year in Toronto so i'm happy to answer other questions if people have them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamstersaint View Post
    ... Sell-outs are expected.

    I went to most games last year in Toronto so i'm happy to answer other questions if people have them.
    Are there any other suitable grounds in town that could be used for 'bigger' games?

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    What are people doing to go to the match in Toronto?

    1) Booking own flights and accommodation and purchasing tickets from Toronto Wolfpack site.
    2) Booking package from https://www.mywolfpacktour.co.uk/
    (This includes transfers from airport to hotel and to stadium, hotel, match day ticket and trips out),
    and then booking own flights.

    We are thinking of going but cannot find any history of "My Wolfpack Tour". (Recently created website)
    When Wolfpack were in the Championship, another company was handling packages.
    Not clear if they are doing this again for Super League matches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HoofeHearted View Post
    What are people doing to go to the match in Toronto?
    Just bought 6 tickets directly from them. The group are doing different things to get there, most of it still unplanned.
    Me & Mrs Kentish are looking at planning a longer trip around the game. Maybe fly in, or out of somewhere else and see a bit more of the country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KentishBarry View Post
    Are there any other suitable grounds in town that could be used for 'bigger' games?
    There is the MLS stadium which holds around 35,000 & the Baseball stadium which is 55,000.

    Nothing in between. They are looking to expand Lamport but it's old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoofeHearted View Post
    What are people doing to go to the match in Toronto?

    1) Booking own flights and accommodation and purchasing tickets from Toronto Wolfpack site.
    2) Booking package from https://www.mywolfpacktour.co.uk/
    (This includes transfers from airport to hotel and to stadium, hotel, match day ticket and trips out),
    and then booking own flights.

    We are thinking of going but cannot find any history of "My Wolfpack Tour". (Recently created website)
    When Wolfpack were in the Championship, another company was handling packages.
    Not clear if they are doing this again for Super League matches.
    There is nothing in that package that couldn't organised by yourself. If you are staying downtown the UP express train from the airport is 25 minutes. Much better than any coach, bus taxi which could take over an hour

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    Quote Originally Posted by KentishBarry View Post
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    Me & Mrs Kentish are looking at planning a longer trip around the game. Maybe fly in, or out of somewhere else and see a bit more of the country.
    We are in the USA late April/early May, so looking to fly from the US to Toronto, do a bit of sightseeing (with or without a package). and watch the match.
    Then fly back to USA, before flying home to the UK.
    Might price up the package and compare it to arranging our own transfers, hotel, trips out and match tickets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamstersaint View Post
    There is nothing in that package that couldn't organised by yourself. If you are staying downtown the UP express train from the airport is 25 minutes. Much better than any coach, bus taxi which could take over an hour
    Thanks for that HS. Will look into DIY option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HoofeHearted View Post
    We are in the USA late April/early May, so looking to fly from the US to Toronto, do a bit of sightseeing (with or without a package). and watch the match.
    Then fly back to USA, before flying home to the UK.
    Might price up the package and compare it to arranging our own transfers, hotel, trips out and match tickets.
    Depending where you are flying in from check out Porter Airlines as they fly out of the airport which is downtown.

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    Booked my flights direct from Manchester. Tuesday-Monday. 375 return.. Booked apartment on Airbnb.
    Going to get tickets on Ticketmaster as per Kentish.
    Cheers Barry.

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    Tickets sorted see you there for beers! They are phone/ print at home type.

    Just to add a Wire acquaintance of mine sent me a copy of a message from their club advising tickets on sale for their game and advising only digital tickets on sale in advance via Ticketmaster so I imagine it will be the same for all SL clubs. It again confirmed general admission tickets are free unreserved access to all designated areas.

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    My tickets sorted Cannot wait!!


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    Flights booked, apartment sorted, 3 tickets printed. Ready to roll!

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