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North Queensland Cowboys Ticketed Members will this Tuesday have the first chance to purchase tickets for the first ever Test between Australia and New Zealand in Townsville, ahead of their sale to the general public on July 25.

The Test is on Saturday, October 13, at Dairy Farmers Stadium.

To celebrate the historic match, a special ‘Roo Crew’ supporter section has been created for the first time, with fans, for an extra $15, able to purchase Category 1 and 2 tickets into the ‘Roo Crew’ area and receive a supporter’s t-shirt and flag.

Tickets for the VB Test at Dairy Farmers Stadium between Four Nations champions Australia and World Champions New Zealand will go on sale to Cowboys Ticketed Members from 10am on Tuesday, July 17, with tickets available from as little as $10.

Tickets will be available to all Ticketed NRL Club Members from 10am-9pm on Wednesday, July 18, and to Members, Non-Ticketed NRL Club Members and defence personnel from 10am Thursday, July 19, to 9pm Monday, July 24.

Importantly, all fans have the opportunity to buy tickets for the Test during this priority period, simply by registering for free as an member.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public from 10am Wednesday, July 25.

Tickets are available through Ticketek on 132 849, at Ticketek outlets or online at

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*Pensioner – (aged, War, TPI, Invalid and Disability).
Junior (4-15yrs). Family (2A+2J)

North Qld Cowboys Ticketed Club Members: 10am-9pm Tuesday, July 17. Members will not be able to purchase their ‘regular season’ seats but will not be subject to any ticket purchase limits.

NRL Ticketed Club Members: 10am-9pm Wednesday, July 18. Members/Non-Ticketed NRL Club Members: 10am Thursday, July 19 to 9pm Monday, July 24.

General Public: 10am Wednesday, July 25.

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