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Footy fans will have no trouble getting an Easter fix with Round 6 and Round 7 NRL matches at ANZ Stadium covered by integrated ticketing.

This means all event tickets for the three games across rounds 6 and 7 include travel on public transport to and from ANZ Stadium. This includes the major event rail and bus services available during the Royal Easter Show period.

The initiative is a joint effort from Transport NSW, ANZ Stadium, the NRL, Sydney Olympic Park Authority and ANZ Stadium’s NRL home clubs.

It aims to help deliver a premium event experience for all fans from beginning to end.

Bulldogs Chief Executive Todd Greenberg said: “We expect Bulldogs Members and fans will turn out in force for our next two ANZ Stadium matches – the reciprocal rights away game against Parramatta and a home game against Souths – so for them to be able to travel by public transport to Olympic Park as part of their match ticket is an added bonus.

“Of course, we’re keen to show everyone in the NRL who’s home ground ANZ Stadium really is, and I know that the supporters of the other two teams will be trying to do exactly the same.

“Integrated ticketing will take the colour on show in the stands to a whole new level.”

The matches which include integrated ticketing are:
Parramatta Eels v Canterbury Bulldogs, Friday 15 April (Round 6)
South Sydney Rabbitohs v St George-Illawarra Dragons, Monday 18 April (Round 6)
Canterbury Bulldogs v South Sydney Rabbitohs, Saturday 23 April (Round 7)

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