Between September 12 and 29, the tickets for all 48 titanic clashes of the Rugby World Cup 2015 will go on general sale.
If you’re keen to get your hands on a ticket, then you need to create and account and register online at rugbyworldcup.com. Please note, you can only book through official sources, as organisers are understandably keen to avoid ticket fraud.
Prices start from £15 for adults and £7 for children ticket and there’s a maximum of 4 tickets on offer per purchase.
In October, the lucky fans who’ve successfully bagged tickets will be informed which venues they’ll be visiting. If your favourite team’s match is oversubscribed, the game’s tickets will go into a ballot, so you’ll still be in with a chance of watching your chosen scintillating sporting skirmish!
And if you’re unlucky both times, don’t panic - there’s still a chance to go to one of the games, as any remaining tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis from November.
The world’s best teams will battle it out in 12 host destinations spread throughout the country (with one across the border in Cardiff). Each of the host cities offers a unique array of experiences around the games; cities with individual characters and extraordinary histories.
Check out our guides to the rugby host cities and start exploring today.
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