Tickets for the games against Worcester Warriors (28 September) and Leicester Tigers (27 October) are available for purchase.
We are also delighted to confirm that all Season Ticket Holders will receive £2 off every extra match ticket they purchase this season. All you need to do is enter your Customer Number when you purchase additional tickets online or give the details over the phone.
This season there are some great savings to be made across the stadium. All Junior tickets (16 and under) have been reduced to a flat rate of £10, regardless of seat location.
There have also been reductions to top priced seats and all Concessions (Seniors/Students/Juniors) are now available in the top two price categories.
Tickets for our home friendly against London Irish at Adams Park on August 24th are also now on sale. Season Ticket holders receive this match free as part of their package though as the entire stadium may not be open, it will be unreserved seating for this game.
Remaining tickets for the game are £10 for adults and £5 for Juniors and Concessions.
Here’s how you book your match tickets this season.
Online and print at home
We encourage all supporters to buy their tickets online and print at home where possible! It couldn’t be easier. Simply visit wasps.co.uk/tickets and choose your exact seats online. When choosing your seat you will also be able to take advantage of a new feature which shows a view of the field of play from that particular seat.
Over the phone
Call us on 0844 847 1867 and we can book your seat for you.
There will once again be a ticket office presence at Adams Park on match-days. More details will be available closer to the start of the season.
Most supporters will be aware that the Club moved its ticketing function to a new ticketing provider earlier this year – a move designed to allow the ticketing services provided by London Wasps to benefit from a new and more technologically advanced ticketing platform, to better manage our data and to provide an even stronger service to our supporters.
As a result there will be some changes to the booking fees applied to each ticket and transaction, with slight increases for small volumes of tickets and savings for larger volumes of tickets. Booking online and printing your ticket at home will always be the most cost-effective way of purchasing tickets.