Details for the Cowboys Preliminary Final

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The North Queensland Toyota Cowboys will host the first ever NRL Preliminary Final played in the region and at Queensland Country Bank Stadium.

Hot off the heels of last night’s win over the Sharks, Cowboys fans are lining up for the hottest ticket in town, with an NRL preliminary home final scheduled for Friday, September 23 at 7:50 p.m.

Although tickets are not yet on sale for the blockbuster match, fans across Australia are scrambling to book flights and accommodation in Townsville ahead of a historic night of football at Queensland Country Bank Stadium.

The NRL has announced the on-sale date for tickets will be Monday, September 19.

Ahead of tickets going on sale for one of the biggest nights North Queensland has ever seen, Cowboys fans and members are urged to come prepared if they wish to secure a ticket.

Cowboys Member Presale Windows

Cowboys members will receive priority access to tickets during a pre-sale window before tickets go on sale to the public. The public will be invited to purchase tickets after the members presale, likely the following day.

Full season members

Full Season members receive priority access to a presale window at a time to be announced.

To take advantage of the presale, full-season Cowboys members will need to redeem their Priority Access Password (“AAN Code”) via a link to their presale. Full season members have been emailed instructions on how to find their unique AAN code.

Members will be limited to purchasing eight tickets per transaction using their AAN code.

In preparation for their first pre-sale priority, Cowboys full season members are asked to obtain their AAN code from the link provided in their ‘NRL Finals Week Ticketing Information’ email.

They should also ensure that [email protected] is listed as a safe sender in their email accounts and monitor their inbox closely.

Multi-game members, single games and supporters

A second priority presale window* will open for multi-match, single-match and supporter (non-ticketed) members after the full season presale, at a time to be announced.

In preparation for their second pre-sale priority, Multi-Games, Single-Games and Supporter members should ensure that [email protected] is listed as a safe sender in their email accounts and keep a close eye on their inbox. reception.

For the second priority presale, members can access tickets through the only official ticket seller for the game: www.ticketmaster.com.au/nrl. Members are encouraged to create an account on the Ticketmaster site as soon as possible and write down their login credentials.

Cowboys fans (public sale)

Tickets will go on sale to the public after the members-only presale windows through the only official ticket seller for the game: www.ticketmaster.com.au/nrl. Fans are encouraged to create an account on the Ticketmaster site as soon as possible and record their login information.

The club have warned fans that they should only buy on Ticketmaster as unofficial ticket sellers may actively target fans given the highly anticipated home final is likely to be sold out.

Members of the public wishing to skip the line can purchase a Cowboys membership to participate in member presale windows.

Fans should note that priority access for ticket purchases will be granted to full season members, while priority access will be granted to multi-match, single-match or supporter members.

To get priority pre-sale access for the Cowboys’ home NRL Preliminary Final game on September 23, 2022, join us as a 2023 Full Season Member now via www.cowboys.com.au/membership

Supporter subscriptions for 2022 are also still available and offer priority access* to the presale. To join, visit: www.cowboys.com.au/membership.

*Access to tickets while supplies last. Second Priority Access and Public Sale will have limited ticket availability after the Full Season Member First Priority Presale.

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