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The iSelect Titans chief executive officer David May and Titans stars Luke Bailey, Albert Kelly and Kevin Gordon yesterday joined students at Pacific Pines State High School to launch a special ‘Five Day Fan Frenzy’ ticketing offer for the club’s seven remaining home games of 2013.

 

To celebrate the launch of tickets going on sale for the rest of the season at Skilled Park, the Five Day Fan Frenzy will see a significant reduction in ticket prices, with savings of up to 30 per cent for tickets purchased over the five days until close of business on Friday, April 26.

The aim of the offer is to provide footy fans with the opportunity to buy tickets early at discounted prices for the rest of the season’s games.

The club’s average home crowd for 2013 has increased slightly on last year’s but the club is determined to continue to raise the bar over the final seven matches of the season. ‘The Five Day Fan Frenzy is all about giving fans the chance to save by getting in early and purchasing tickets,’ said iSelect Titans CEO. ‘This is the first time the game has had the first 20 rounds locked into a fixed schedule, so we are making the most of that by encouraging fans to plan ahead and save.

‘We’ve got some great home games coming up against the likes of the Dragons and Warriors, who are both always well supported on the Gold Coast, and then some of the heavyweights such as the Rabbitohs, Storm and the Cowboys.

‘The team has been performing well at home so far this year with three wins from four matches, so it’s a great time for fans to get to the game and support their team.’

Tickets can be booked via http://www.titans.com.au/tickets or through the free Ticketek app.

 

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Round 7 v Newcastle Knights (2pm Sunday, April 28)

Round 9 v St George Illawarra Dragons (3pm Sunday, May 12)

Round 12 v North Queensland Cowboys (3pm Sunday, June 2)

Round 15 v Melbourne Storm (7pm Monday, June 24)

Round 20 v South Sydney Rabbitohs (7.30pm Saturday, July 27)

Round 21 v Wests Tigers (TBC August 2–5)

Round 24 v New Zealand Warriors (TBC August 23–26)


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