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As little as $34 will get family of four through the gates at Saturday’s vital NRL clash between the Pirtek Parramatta Eels and New Zealand Warriors at Parramatta Stadium.

The Eels have this afternoon released a special range of family friendly prices across all ticket categories, from the general admission north and south terraces to the high end Ken Thornett Stand.

Two adults and two children, when sitting together, will gain entry for a price the equivalent of two normal adult tickets.

It means a family ticket to see the Eels play the Warriors will cost just $34 in the north and south terraces, $40 in the eastern terrace, $44 in the western terrace, $66 in the Mick Cronin Stand and $70 in the Ken Thornett Stand.

“This is a really important game for us and we really need as many Eels fans to get along as possible,” Eels Chief Executive Officer Paul Osborne said.

“The guys really lift in front of our home crowd and it’s just the edge we’ll need this week against the Warriors.”

“When we can, we want to make it as affordable as possible for families so it doesn’t break the budget every time they want to come along and support us.”

The special family tickets are available at Ticketek outlets, including Parramatta Leagues Club, or through

A Ticketek box office surcharge will apply to all tickets purchased at the game.

Parramatta Stadium, Saturday 15 August 2009

Ken Thornett Stand: $70
Mick Cronin Stand: $66
Western Terrace: $44
Eastern Terrace: $40
Northern Terrace: $34
Southern (Family) Terrace: $34

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