North Queensland Toyota Cowboys members will get the chance to snap up tickets to the 2016 NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final for as low as $45, from this Monday.
Members at all 16 NRL clubs will be able to buy the Grand Final tickets from Monday 6 June.
NRL chief commercial officer Michael Brown said ticket prices had not increased on last year, when close to 83,000 fans witnessed one of the most enthralling Grand Finals of all time – where the Cowboys edged the Broncos 17-16 in golden point extra time – live at ANZ Stadium, Sydney.
“The Grand Final is more than just a game between two teams. No matter who you support, every Grand Final is an experience, full of entertainment on and off the field and memories forged for a lifetime,” Mr Brown said.
“There is nothing better than the thrill of a packed stadium for the final Premiership match of the year, no matter the teams that are playing.
“We have ensured that once again, fans will have a range of affordable seats to choose from, whether it be single fans or families. There is a place for everyone.”
Tickets will go on sale to all NRL club members from 10am on Monday 6 June, with tickets for general fans available from 10am on Friday 10 June.
Pricing for club members starts from $45 for an adult and $150 for a family. Early pre-sale tickets for fans are available from $65 for an adult and $170 for a family.
Fans are encouraged to take advantage of exclusive pricing and ensure they take their seats for history on the first Sunday in October.
Tickets are on sale from Monday at nrl.com/tickets.