Tickets are now available to purchase for our trip to the Halliwell Jones Stadium to face Warrington Wolves on Friday 19th April. 
Salford Red Devils fans can purchase their tickets for this massive Betfred Super League clash from the The Salford Stadium Ticket Office or over the phone on 0161 786 1570. Remember, Salford Red Devils retain 25% of your purchase if you buy in advance from the The Salford Stadium.
Ticket prices will rise by £2 for all price categories if you purchase from the Halliwell Jones Stadium on gameday. For the cheapest price on your ticket purchase in advance.
Tickets for this game are available from the The Salford Stadium up until 9pm on Thursday 18th April.
Ticket prices are as follows:
Adult: £22
Over 65s and 17-23: £16
Junior: £10
Junior Swaps: Available in advance from the The Salford Stadium Ticket Office.
There are also limited tickets available in the North Stand seated area which are priced higher than the West Stand terrace.
There is also coach travel available to book for this fixture and this can be done at the The Salford Stadium Ticket Office or over the phone on 0161 786 1570 with Season Ticket holders getting the coach at a discounted price of £7.50 for all classes. Non-Season Ticket holders can book the coach for £11.50.
The pick-up points and times are as follows:
Chandos Social Club: 12:35pm
Royal Sovereign: 12:45pm
Eccles Town Hall: 1:00pm
Dog & Partridge: 1:10pm
The Salford Stadium: 1:25pm
Salford Red Devils retain 100% of your coach booking fee. Supporters are reminded to arrive at their pick-up point with plenty of time.

In the run up to the much-debated dual fixture Bank Holiday weekend, one could not have asked for anything better than an extra day of preparation prior to this, and with last week’s televised outing at Widnes being on the Thursday evening, that is just what the Salford players and coaches have had.
It is not just having an additional day for recovery, though, it is the use to which the time is put, and Head Coach, Ian Watson, has been keen to get the greatest benefit he can from the whole period of preparation.
“The Easter period is a very busy time for us, but with the Catalans match being the first of them, and it also being at home, that is where we have placed our focus.”
“We have had two really good days’ training at the start of the week, and will finish our preparations on Thursday, with Captain’s Run.”
It is by this time of the season that the wear and tear on the players’ bodies starts to show its effects, so there will be a number of them who will be thankful for the extra day’s respite.
“We picked up quite a few knocks and bangs in our last match, which is far from helpful but the players are beginning to roll back in now, so there might be only slight changes from last week’s game, for the Catalans fixture.”
With Easter Monday’s visit to Leeds coming up hard and fast behind, however, the possible return of any missing players for that match would add a freshness to the squad for that outing.
“The recovery of players is an essential part of our work over this coming period.
“At least this year, we are not having to face a trek down to the south of France, which we had to make last year.”
Somewhat surprisingly, the Dragons have found victories few and far between this season, and it is when teams are in this position that they can potentially be at their most dangerous.
“They have a pretty big squad with quality players, and in fact they are playing well in games.
“Against Hull last week, for example, their forwards absolutely dominated the Hull pack for large periods of the game, so they are a team to be wary of without any doubt.”
After savouring the atmosphere of a local derby for the equivalent fixture against Leigh last year, this season’s Good Friday home game will need Salford fans to turn up in numbers to generate the atmosphere to spur on the players to victory.
“Our players will really need the strong vocal support from our fans for this one because unlike the event our one trip to France each season has become, for the Catalans fans it is every other week, so they don’t bring many with them.”
A trip to the Emerald Headingley Stadium is always a daunting encounter, with only three post-war victories to our record, and coming so quickly on the tails of the first game, will be a real tester for the squad.
“I never went there and won as a player myself.
“Everyone in the top leagues of any sport want to make their home ground a fortress that no-one can come to with much hope of winning, and Leeds have clearly managed to do that, especially against us.
“But it’s a record which is there for us to break, and something to look forward to with excitement rather than anxiety.  We have been in some pretty good tussles with them in recent years, so we shall just have to try to get into a contest with them.”
In order to do that, however, it is not going to be sufficient to rely merely upon players returning from injury to add the required freshness to the team, it will require some planned rotation of the squad.
“We did that to good effect for our away fixture at Warrington in the Spring Bank Holiday double header last year, and came away with a win at a ground we don’t always get a result at.
“We are, though, a new team, and combinations are still developing so we shall have to balance those two aspects against each another, because at Widnes we did not execute our plays in the early stages of the first half as well as Widnes did at the end of the second half.
“Against the two Hull sides, however, we really earned the right to be in a position to do that to really good effect against both those teams.”

To be in with a chance of winning your FREE 2019 Salford Red Devils Season Ticket you’ll need to bring a mate to the Catalans Dragons game on Good Friday!
Take your mate to the Club Ticket Office on game day to purchase their ticket and you’ll receive a form on their purchase to fill in.
Simply fill in the form and take it to the Fans Marquee where the Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust will collect this from you and you’ll go into the draw for a 2019 Season Ticket.
Maybe there’s someone at work who you’d think would love Rugby League, possibly a friend who’s looking for some Easter plans or even someone who used to attend but has stopped coming in recent years….BRING THEM!
And, former Salford Red Devils owner Dr Marwan Koukash has even added to the offer with a fantastic gesture which means all purchases on game day will be matched by Marwan!
This offer is only applicable on game day purchases.

The Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust will again be running a bus service to Good Friday’s game against Catalans Dragons following a successful trial against Hull FC.
Remember, Friday’s game will kick-off at Midday and with Sunday service running on public transport the Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust bus is the best option to get to and from the The Salford Stadium.
An adult return ticket is priced from £5 from the Salford pick-up points and £4.50 from pick-up points in Eccles.
U17 and Senior tickets will be priced at £4 from Salford and £3.50 from Eccles. Family Tickets (Two adults and two U17’s) are priced at £15 from Salford and £13 from Eccles.
Fans can also purchase tickets on the day of the game but prices will rise by 50p. There will also be a £4 cash one-way option on the return leg working on a first-come first-served basis directly to the driver.
The Salford pick-up stops, and times are as follows:
10am – Gala Bingo, Hankinson Way, Salford.
10:08am – Regent Carpet Warehouse Ltd, Seedley Road, Salford.
10:15am – The Waggon and Horses, Irlam O’th Heights.
10:20am – Langworthy Reds, Swinton Park Road, Salford.
10:30am – Hope Library.
The Eccles pick-up stops, and times are as follows:
10:40am – The Eccles Cross, JD Wetherspoon, Regent Street, Eccles.
10:50am – Dog and Partridge, Church Street, Eccles.
U11’s must be accompanied by a fully paid adult.
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Salford Red Devils will be offering a full English breakfast in the price of your hospitality match ticket in the Platinum Club prior to Good Friday’s game against Catalans Dragons which will kick-off at midday. 
The full English breakfast will be made up of pork and leek sausages, black pudding, thick cut back bacon, grilled tomato, sauté button mushrooms, potato scone, baked beans and scrambled egg.
On arrival at your table there will also be an assortment of mini pastries, butter and preserves as well as tea and coffee. 
As well as a delicious full English breakfast, guests will receive pre and post-match entertainment, interviews with non-playing squad members, access to the Man of the Match award, a complimentary match day programme and a view of the game from a padded seat. 
Salford Red Devils Season Ticket holders can get this fantastic offer from £25 while non-Season Ticket holders can get in on the action for just £35. Remember, this price includes your match ticket.
Take advantage of this fantastic offer and upgrade to Platinum Club and spend your Good Friday morning in style with a full English breakfast before Salford Red Devils take on the Catalans Dragons.
To book your place please contact or phone 0161 786 1590.