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Rugby World Cup Tickets

Webb Ellis Cup and RWC match ball

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Rugby fans in England and around the world can now begin planning their Rugby World Cup 2015 (RWC 2015) experience following the announcement of the ticketing programme for rugby’s showpiece event.

Tournament organisers England 2015 and the International Rugby Board have confirmed that at least 2.3 million tickets will be available across the tournament’s 48 matches.

With less than two years to go until rugby’s showpiece event touches down in England, ticket prices have been made as affordable as possible, with some tickets available from as low as £7 for children and £15 for adults. At Twickenham, a family of four will be able to watch England in action for £180.

Over two million tickets will go on sale next year, with around one million priced at £100 or less and half a million at £50 or less. Tickets will be distributed in five phases in 2014:

  • January 1 – travelling fan packages go on sale
  • February 2 – hospitality packages go on sale
  • May/June – tickets on sale to rugby fans through rugby clubs
  • September – general sale application process begins
  • November/December – real-time sale of remaining tickets

Tickets at Twickenham will start at £15 for children and £50 for adults. For the full match schedule and ticket prices for all RWC 2015 matches, visit the official Rugby World Cup Ticket Portal.

To get all the latest RWC 2015 news direct to your inbox, including information on how to get hold of those all-important tickets, join The Front Row.

England Rugby Travel, the exclusive Official Travel Agent in Great Britain for Rugby World Cup 2015, is delighted to announce that official ticket-inclusive travel packages for all England pool games and all knockouts are on sale now from £179pp. For more information please visit www.englandrugbytravel.com.

 

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