Salford Red Devils supporters can purchase tickets for our 2019 Dacia Magic Weekend clash with Hull Kingston Rovers at Anfield, Liverpool on Sunday 26th May from the AJ Bell Stadium, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online HERE.
Remember, that if you purchase directly from Salford Red Devils at the AJ Bell Stadium, the club retain all of your purchase fee.
Salford Red Devils Season Ticket holders can claim a massive 50% discount on their Dacia Magic Weekend tickets if they purchase direct from the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office or over the phone on 0161 786 1570. This half-price offer has been extended and will now end at midnight on Sunday 19th May.
Season ticket holders who purchased at full price following the initial deadline are able to claim a refund.
The prices are as follows:
Salford Red Devils Category Three allocation is in The Kop end while Category Two unreserved seating is in the Kenny Dalglish Stand. There are both single day and weekend tickets available for Salford Red Devils supporters to purchase.
Concession tickets include 65+, students, serving military and NHS staff. Juniors are 16 and under and all children under the age of two are free of charge but still require a ticket.
Any Salford Red Devils supporters wishing to purchase wheelchair spaces must contact 0844 856 113 or [email protected].
Here is all of the latest travel information for Magic Weekend:
Please be aware that the Rock ‘n’ Roll Liverpool Marathon is taking place on Sunday 26 May.
The route to the Anfield area from the M62 via Queens Drive (A5058) and Utting Avenue will operate as normal.
Like-wise for traffic approaching from the east along the East Lancashire Road (A580) and traffic from the north using the (A59), use Queens Drive onto Utting Avenue. Most visitors will be unaffected.
Runners of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Liverpool Marathon are expected to be clear of the Anfield area by around 12:00 noon so impact around the stadium will be limited to those attending the Salford v Hull KR match.
Salford fans are advised to travel early via the M62 up Queens Drive and Utting Avenue to ensure visitors make it to the stadium in time for the 1pm kick-off.
Any road closures to the centre and south of the city will continue until later in the day.
For those travelling from city centre hotels, routes via Lime Street and Islington are also unaffected.
From the waterfront fans will need to follow diversions to boundary street until around 1.30pm
For further details of road closures see HERE.
On Sunday, the number 17 service leaves the bus station in the city centre (Queen Square) and runs every 15 mins throughout the day.
Rugbybus (Soccerbus) will operate from Sandhills as follows;
Saturday 25th May
12:30-13:45 (last departure to ensure arrival for 14:00)
15:00-18:45 (last departure to ensure arrival for 19:00)
Return buses to operate for 90 minutes after the final whistle.
Sunday 26th May
11:30-12:45 (last departure to ensure arrival for 13:00). These journeys will drop customers off at Arkles Lane due to the Rock & Roll Marathon.
Return buses to operate for 90 minutes after the final whistle and services will operate at approximately 15-minute intervals.
Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th – No service 502 will operate but service 501 will operate at frequent intervals from Walton Breck Road to Lime Street from approximately 17:00 on Sunday 26th. The 501 will operate for up to two hours after the final whistle (of the last game) for the Magic weekend.