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Deadline for Dacia Magic Weekend season ticket discount offer

The 50% discount offer for season ticket holders to attend Dacia Magic Weekend at Anfield to watch Salford Red Devils go head to head with Hull Kingston Rovers ends April 30 at midnight.
The Red Devils will be looking to earn a second victory of the season against Hull Kingston Rovers on Sunday 26th May as the Dacia Magic Weekend returns to the North West.
Both single day and weekend tickets are available to purchase online.
Salford Red Devils Category Three allocation is in The Kop end while Category Two unreserved seating is in the Kenny Dalglish Stand.
Any Salford Red Devils supporters wishing to purchase wheelchair spaces must contact 0844 856 113 or ticketing@rfl.co.uk.
Tickets are available at the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office and over the phone on 0161 786 1570. Please remember, if you purchase from Salford Red Devils, the Club retain 100% of your purchase fee.

Supporters coach

Book onto the supporter’s coach for the Dacia Magic Weekend game at Anfield against Hull KR now.
Details on pick-up times are as follows:
Chandos Sports and Social Club: 10:15AM
Royal Sovereign: 10:30AM
Eccles Town Hall: 10:40AM
Dog and Partridge: 10:50AM
AJ Bell Stadium: 11:10AM
You can book your place for £15.00 at the AJ Bell Stadium ticket office.

Limited-edition Dacia Magic Weekend shirt

Salford Red Devils have partnered up with Salford Royal NHS Trust Foundation to bring you out our limited-edition 2019 Dacia Magic Weekend shirt which will help raise vital funds for heart monitors for patients who have had a stroke.
Salford Red Devils will be donating £5 to Salford Royal heart monitor fund for each shirt sold.
Director of Rugby and Operations, Ian Blease, said: “We are really pleased to release our 2019 Dacia Magic Weekend shirt in support of a fantastic local cause.
“We have recently agreed a formal partnership with Salford Royal and this amazing shirt is a key element of that agreement.
“Helping a local cause has become something we’ve done every year via our Dacia Magic Weekend kits and that was a major part of our thought process behind this year’s design.
“I have no doubts that the Salford Red Devils faithful will show brilliant support for this kit and in turn raise funds for heart monitors at Salford Royal.”
Order one of our 500 shirts now from HERE.
You will receive your 2019 Dacia Magic weekend shirt in the week leading up to our clash with Hull Kingston Rovers.

Red Devils Launch 2018 Charity Magic Shirt for Arena victims With Mitsubishi Motors

Salford Red Devils can announce that this season’s Magic Weekend commemorative shirt will unite, once again, the cities of Salford and Manchester, almost exactly one year to the day since the tragedy at the Manchester Arena took place and the lives of 22 people were lost.
A few days later, the Red Devils threw open the gates for their game against Catalan Dragons and raised almost £50k for the emergency fund set up in the wake of the bombing for the victims’ families.
Now, as the Devils prepare to take on the Dragons again, this time in Rugby League’s showpiece event in Newcastle – the Magic Weekend – the Club has come out in support of its friends and neighbours across the river once more and will play in a limited edition ‘We Love Manchester Emergency Fund’ charity kit for the game, featuring the iconic bee logo on the chest with proceeds going to the victim’s families.
Red Devils’ Managing Director Ian Laithwaite said: “One year on our community remains very much affected by the events of that night. Many supporters, not just from Salford but from the rugby league family as a whole, know of people caught up in the tragic events and when we sat down to decide who we should support with our Magic Weekend shirt this season, the decision was made in an instant.
“The timing of Magic Weekend on the eve of the anniversary will be a poignant one for families across the North of England, and we are proud to be a able to play a small part in the events being held to commemorate those who lost their lives so needlessly.
“Many of our fans, staff, players and partners attend the Arena on a regular basis with their families, or live in Manchester. It is therefore something close to all of our hearts.”
During the development of the design, Main Partner, Mitsubishi Motors immediately agreed to relocate their own branding onto the back of the shirt, in order to give the charity more prominence on this historic shirt.
Martin Woodward, Partnership Engagement Manager at Mitsubishi Motors said: “Like the rest of the nation we were shocked and stunned by the tragic events that took place 12 months ago. When the Red Devils contacted us about this wonderful gesture we instantly agreed to move our logo so the iconic bee logo could take pride of place on the front of these special commemorative shirts.”
Salford Red Devils Club Captain Weller Hauraki said: “Nobody will forget that night as the news began to break. Most of the team live and have family around the Manchester area and the Arena is a venue we all know well.
“The emotion of the night when we played the Dragons in the aftermath of the bomb is one that really sticks in the mind. It was an honour to play a small role in the wider community coming together and it will again be a privilege to take a part in remembering those that lost their lives when we run out at St James’ Park in this special jersey almost a year later.”
Vicky Rosin, We Love Manchester Emergency Fund chief operating officer, said: “We are unbelievably grateful for the generous donations to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund. The world’s solidarity with our city has been a ray of light in Manchester’s darkest hour. To raise more than £20m is an amazing response. Thanks to everyone who has contributed.
“The kind gestures from Salford Red Devils and Mitsubishi will contribute to helping many people affected by the terrible events of 22 May 2017.
“We have done our very best, with guidance from clinicians, to distribute the money so generously raised by the public, and we continue to look at options for helping as many people as possible from the funds that remain.”
To pre-order your limited edition We Love Manchester Magic Weekend Shirt click this link. https://www.salfordreddevilsshop.com/replica
£5 from each purchase will be donated to the fund.
The We Love Manchester Emergency Fund was set up to help victims of the bombing on 22 May 2017. So far, more than £20m has been raised, with over £16m having already been committed to helping those who suffered in the attack. More details are available at the website: www.manchesteremergencyfund.com.