Fans of the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, South Sydney Rabbitohs, Parramatta Eels and Wests Tigers can look forward to cheaper ticket prices this year thanks to a joint initiative between the four clubs and ANZ Stadium.
The move is aimed at making attending matches a more affordable, family friendly exercise and will see fans of the NRL clubs who play their home games at ANZ given access to $20 tickets.
In addition, Doggies, Souths, Eels and Tigers members will have "free admission to all away matches in which their team is playing at ANZ Stadium".
Under the initiative, children under 12 will have free entry and family passes will be available for the 33 regular season matches involving the four clubs for just $40.
Food and drink prices will also drop - a burger meal now costing $10 - and each ticket will include free travel to and from the game.
With the Eels moving from Parramatta while their new stadium is under construction, fans will now have plenty of opportunity to take advantage of a number of local derbies at Olympic Stadium across the 2018 season.
"Our aim is to make it easier and more affordable for fans to attend matches - and these matches should go a long way to doing that," NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg said on Monday.
"This is a real example of clubs working together to get the best result for the fans and the game."