Families of four will be able to attend the ANZAC Test between Australia and New Zealand for as little as $80 – or $20 per person.
NRL Head of Marketing, Lewis Pullen said today a range of packages had been released to encourage families to attend both the ANZAC Test in Brisbane and the Pacific Test Double Header on the Gold Coast.
"These Tests will showcase the very best players in the game," Mr Pullen said.
"Over a single weekend fans will be able to see the stars from Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Islands – and the best women players in the world."
Among the packages available for the Representative weekend from May 1- 3 are:
• Anzac Test – tickets from $30 with family tickets from $80
• Pacific Test Double Header – Tickets from $15
• ANZAC Test and Pacific Double Header pass – six games for $40
• Tickets for the 2015 AAMI Country v City match, which will be held in Wagga Wagga, will be available from $10 for adults and $25 for families.
Mr Pullen said the NRL had also linked with Dreamworld to provide a pass to both days of Test football – plus a trip to Dreamworld for $60 (children) and $80 (adults).
"In other words, this is an opportunity to enjoy a full weekend of entertainment at a very affordable price," he said.