Fri 21st November 14 :

Rugby World Cup tickets back on sale

 
World Cup 2011 - New Zealand players perform the Haka wearing their winner’s medals World Cup 2011 - New Zealand players perform the Haka wearing their winner’s medals Picture by David Davies, Association Images ©

All remaining tickets for Rugby World Cup 2015 will go back on sale in November. The sale of around 300,000 tickets spanning 25 matches will take place in three stages, with priority access given to applicants that were unsuccessful in the ballot.

Ticket sales have been broken down into three different categories, which are:

Stage 1: November 24 & 25 – ticket sale open to unsuccessful applicants from the September general sale.

Stage 2: November 26 & 27 – ticket sale open to partially successful applicants from the September general sale (applicants who did not receive all the tickets they applied for).

Stage 3: November 28 onwards – ticket sale open to everyone.

The first stage of the sale will be split into two phases with the remaining tickets for Pool A and B matches going on sale on November 24 and the remaining tickets for Pool C and D matches, along with the knock out stages, going on sale on November 25.

Tickets will be sold in real time on a first-come first-served basis. Once matches are on sale, they will remain on sale until they sell out. Tickets will go back on sale at a range of prices, starting at £15. Eleven of the pool matches still have child tickets available, starting at £7.

The only official resale platform for customers to sell any unwanted tickets to other fans at face value through the Rugby World Cup 2015 ticketing website will launch in spring 2015.

For full ticket sale details, follow this link.