More than 100,000 Junior Rugby League participants, including players, officials and volunteers will be able to see three NRL blockbusters for free as part of a special deal for the Easter Weekend.
Play NRL Rewards members can watch the Good Friday match between the Bulldogs and the Rabbitohs, as well as the Easter Monday clash between Parramatta and Wests Tigers, alongside a match of their choice this weekend.
The deal can be accessed via the new online system which has been introduced for all Junior Rugby League participants this year.
"Given both these blockbusters will be played on public holidays, we wanted to ensure as many children as possible are able to attend," NRL Head of Marketing, Digital and Content Lewis Pullen said.
"Both these matches will be played at family-friendly times but, more than that, they will both represent great value for families."
The Play NRL Rewards system is open to all registered school and club players aged four to 15 as well as registered officials, coaches and volunteers.
The move to an online program has enabled the NRL to provide registered junior players and volunteers instantaneous access to tickets. As a result, redemption by Play NRL Rewards participants during Rounds 1 to 3 increased by 44 percent compared to 2014 with the old Junior Pass system.
Play NRL Rewards members will be emailed directly with information on how to redeem the bonus tickets to the Round 5 ANZ Stadium games.
The deal adds to the $50 family ticket for six people which was announced yesterday for the Bulldogs-Rabbitohs match.
An inclusive transport deal applies to Club Members and fans that pre-purchase tickets. It will provide frequent and direct public transport services to Sydney Olympic Park on trains, buses, ferries and light rail, from all parts of Sydney