PRESSER | Integrated Ticketing Launch
Sharks Captain Paul Gallen was at Cronulla Station to help roll out the Integrated Game Day Ticketing offer for Members and fans attending Sharks home games in 2016.
The Sharks have partnered with Sydney Trains to include train travel in the cost of tickets to all home games at Shark Park this season, with Gallen, nicknamed the ‘G-Train’, joined by Club CEO Lyall Gorman and Head Coach Shane Flanagan for the ticketing announcement today.
With parking severely limited in and around Shark Park in 2016, the free train travel, coupled with a complimentary shuttle bus service operating from both Woolooware and Cronulla stations, is the hassle-free option for fans attending home games throughout the 2016 season.
The Integrated Ticketing deal is another great benefit of becoming a Sharks member and is also further encouragement to pre-purchase match day tickets to ensure access to the special travel options.
It is available to all ticketholders including Football Membership, Corporate Game Day tickets and/or General Admission ticket holders.
Those fans arriving at Shark Park looking to access tickets at the game will not receive the travel benefit.
Trains will arrive and leave Woolooware and Cronulla Stations at regular intervals, while the free shuttle bus service will be on a constant loop running every 15 minutes prior to and immediately following the game.
The shuttle buses will drop fans at the front of the stadium on Captain Cook Drive.
The complimentary integrated train travel and free Sharks shuttle from Woolooware and Cronulla Stations, replaces buses that had previously departed from Sutherland, Miranda and Caringbah stations.
So the Sharks message is to plan to get to the game early, to take the stress out of getting to and from Sharks home games and to get on board the ‘G Train’ in 2016.