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Titans' tickets out on sale

Star recruit, Jamal Idris, pictured here giving a lift to Matt White at training, makes his debut for the Titans in a trial against Brisbane Broncos on Saturday night
Star recruit, Jamal Idris, pictured here giving a lift to Matt White at training, makes his debut for the Titans in a trial against Brisbane Broncos on Saturday night John Gass /TWE090112foot

TICKETS have gone on sale for the Gold Coast Titans' opening home game of the 2012 National Rugby League season against Canberra Raiders at Skilled Park on Saturday, March 10.

The Titans' campaign commences the previous week with an away clash against North Queensland Cowboys in Townsville on March 3.

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In a bid to lighten the load on some pockets, the Titans have introduced a new GA (general admission) Steel section which offers adults tickets for $27 and junior tickets for $15.

Other adult tickets range from $30 (Steel) through to Titanium seats at $57.

Going on last Saturday's trial match against New Zealand Warriors in Auckland, the Titans will certainly providing value for money this year as they strive to turn around a dismal 2011.

Coach John Cartwright will get another opportunity to run his eye over the players when the Titans face Brisbane Broncos in their second pre-season match at Miami's Pizzey Park on Saturday night - kick-off is at 8.15pm (NSW).

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