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Storm fans have plenty to cheer about with a number of ticket deals for Monday night's clash with the Dragons. Copyright: Brett Crockford/NRL Photos
With one crucial round of the regular season to go, NRL Junior and Officials passes will be accepted at all eight of this week's NRL matches.

Ten teams are still in the hunt for the finals and six others are out to finish the season on a high, with a whole host of veterans being farewelled in what will be their final home NRL game of the head-to-head season.

It kicks off on Thursday night with fans farewelling captain Anthony Minichiello and star player Sonny Bill Williams, with 10,000 facemasks available at the ground for the two players.

Melbourne's Friday night clash with the Broncos will feature a "Million Dollar Match" promotion, with five ticket holders to be randomly selected to go in the running for a kick at goal for $1 million, with 10 per cent of the prize to go to Cancer Council Victoria.

The Wests Tigers will farewell retiring veterans Liam Fulton, Braith Anasta and Cory Paterson in Saturday afternoon's match against the Sharks.

Canberra will farewell Brett White and Tom Learoyd-Lahrs in what doubles as the club's Member Appreciation game. 

For the Knights it's the historic Old Boys game with club greats to be in attendance as Newcastle face the Dragons.

The Titans are farewelling foundation players Luke Bailey and Mark Minichiello on Father's Day Sunday, while on Sunday night the Panthers are offering $20 Father/Son and Father/Daughter tickets, or $40 Family Tickets as part of a pre-purchase offer. There will also be a Ford Festiva car givaway to a fan who has been at one of the club's last two home games or arrives at Sunday night's clash with the Warriors before 5.30pm.

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