FANS will be able to purchase special early-bird tickets to the 2017 NRL grand final from $45 for members and $65 for the general public at the end of June.
Tickets to the 2017 decider will go on sale to ticketed NRL club members on Monday June 26, and to the general public on Thursday, June 29.
As part of special early-bird prices, general public family tickets will be available from $180. Children can attend with tickets from $50.
Members from all clubs will also be able to take advantage of the special early-bird prices from $45 for adults, $40 for children and $130 for families.
NRL chief commercial officer Andrew Abdo said he wanted to see as many members and loyal supporters at the grand final as possible.
“The last three grand finals have been three of the most memorable in the game’s history,” Mr Abdo said.
“We have seen three incredible fairytales in the Sharks, the Cowboys and the Rabbitohs winning premierships.
“But more than that, our grand finals are incredible spectacles. There is nothing like being there to watch everything from the entertainment through to the main game.
“Naturally there will be tickets for all categories of supporters – from regular fans and families through to the corporate customers.
“But, importantly, we are making the Grand Final affordable for our most loyal supporters.”
Mr Abdo said members and fans who bought tickets early would save the most.
“Our message to members and fans is to get in early and secure a seat,” he said.
Originally published as NRL grand final tickets set for sale