Tickets still up for grabs for Sunday's Storm v Manly match

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Tickets are still available for the Storm v Manly Round 16 game to be held this Sunday 30 August at 4.05pm at Sunshine Coast Stadium.

Incorrect media reports last night stated the match was sold out.

Tickets went on sale yesterday (Monday 24 August) and fans are encouraged to get in quick as tickets are limited.

Remaining tickets start from $40 and can be purchased through Ticketek.

The venue will operate under a COVID Safe Plan approved by Queensland Health.

The stadium layout will be similar to the Storm v Bulldogs match with an overall approved capacity of approximately 4100, while the individual seating on the eastern and southern mounds will again be included as part of the approval.

Tickets are available via Ticketek https://premier.ticketek.com.au/ and booking fees apply.

For further information on the games and corporate packages visit www.sunshinecoaststadium.com.au

The second-on-the-ladder premiership contenders will then battle it out against North Queensland Cowboys on Sunday 13 September at 4.05pm (Round 18), before facing Wests Tigers on Saturday 19 September at 5.30pm (Round 19).

Tickets for the Round 18 and 19 games will be released on the Monday before each home game.

Patrons are thanked in advance for complying with strict social distancing measures

 
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