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Redeem your complimentary ticket to this weekend's Raiders home game

Looking for something to do in these school holidays?

Don’t forget to use your 2021 CRRL membership and redeem your complimentary ticket.

Each junior and senior participant (player, volunteer, trainer, coach) in the local league this season has received this benefit which entitles you to one (1) General Admission seat at four (4) separate Raiders home games in 2021.

At this weekend’s game on Saturday, 3 July 2021, kick-off at 5:30pm, the Raiders will be celebrating NAIDOC Week as we clash with the Titans in Round 16.

To redeem your tickets

1. Visit
2. Search Raiders
3. Select which Raiders home game you would like to attend
4. Enter your NRLID code in the password box and select unlock tickets. You can find your NRLID code on the back of your CRRL membership card or through your MySideline profile.
a. If you wish to redeem tickets with your friends so you can sit together, make sure you enter their code on a new line in the same password box.
5. Select General Admission seating and select from the ‘Admit - $0.00’ drop-down box.
a. If you wish to purchase additional tickets with your complimentary ticket, you can select them in this step.
6. Follow the prompts to complete your purchase.

Please note: General tickets will go off sale at 6pm tonight (Friday, 2 July 2021), so we encourage all patrons to redeem their tickets via Ticketek or PlayNRL Rewards before this deadline.

Important Information:
We want to make sure you are mindful of the current health advice for people traveling to the ACT ahead of Saturday’s match against the Gold Coast Titans at GIO Stadium, Canberra.

If you are from or have been to a government declared COVID-19 area of concern since 21 June 2021, you will not be permitted to enter the ACT and attend this home game.

If you have any uncertainties, we strongly encourage you to read the information at

Acknowledgement of Country

Canberra Raiders respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.