When and where can we ask for Rugby World Cup tickets?
From 10am on Friday 12 Sep until 6pm on Monday 29 September, so we have copiousness of time to crop a report and make your selections. Go to www.tickets.rugbyworldcup.com and follow a instructions.
Is it first-come, first-served?
It isn’t. Your chances of removing a tickets we wish are no opposite possibly we ask during a commencement or finish of a window. If a compare we ask for is not oversubscribed by a finish of a window, we are guaranteed a ticket. If direct outstrips supply (which in many cases is distant some-more likely), it will go to ballot.
How many matches can we ask for?
You can ask for as many as we like – and afterwards use a “Match Manager” apparatus to top a series of games we are allocated tickets for in a ballot. As an example, we could ask for 30 matches though extent a series we are allocated to 10. You do not have to do this though it could boost your chances of alighting a sheet to some of a higher-profile fixtures – utterly if we are peaceful to go adult a cost categories.
Can we see how good matches are selling, though?
Yes, and this competence assistance we to make as picturesque an focus as probable when determining on a tickets that we want. When a compare goes to ballot, it will be shown on a website and we competence wish to switch your courtesy to one that is attracting fewer fans if we are not feeling generally choosy.
How many tickets can we ask per match?
Generally it is 4 per diversion though for 15 designated fixtures a extent rockets to 15. The website lists them in full, though there are some luscious ones on there: matches involving Australia, New Zealand, France and Ireland all underline and 10 of a 13 venues are involved.
Ah yes, a cost categories. How many do tickets cost then?
They change wildly, as we competence expect. An adult will not be means to watch a opening match, England v Fiji during Twickenham, for reduction than £75, while a many costly sheet for a final is £715. Child tickets, accessible for a pool games, are labelled as low as £7 in some instances and, with Category D prices for adults accessible during £15 or £20 for certain fixtures, it is probable for a family organisation to watch matches cheaply. The prices for any diversion are summarized clearly on a website.
What if we would be happy to compensate a small some-more than we said, if that was what it took to attend a game?
Then we are cut out ideally for a “Increase Your Chances” facility, that will be flagged adult when we apply. If we name it, we give accede to be allocated for tickets in a next-highest prices difficulty – if accessible – should your elite difficulty be sole out.
Which matches do we consider we should aim if I’m not remotely fussy?
Well, it’s not rocket scholarship to advise that England’s pool games will all be prohibited tickets and that fixtures such as Australia v Wales, South Africa v Scotland, New Zealand v Argentina and France v Ireland aren’t going to hang around for prolonged either. Some of a smaller stadia such as Exeter’s Sandy Park competence find direct aloft than we would design for Tonga v Namibia and a like, too. Somewhere like Brighton or Leicester could be a good gamble – both have capacities of a small over 30,000 and games like Argentina v Namibia and Samoa v Japan demeanour uncommonly watchable though indispensably autocratic an indecorous scrum for tickets.
What if we ask and afterwards my resources change or we only change my mind?
It’s ok, we can rectify or even cancel your focus during any theatre during a ticketing window.
I’m not utterly prepared to dedicate to subsequent Sep nonetheless – can we ask nearer a time?
Yes, though we won’t have a reserve net of a list then. Should any tickets be left over from this month’s window, they will go behind on sale in Nov on a first-come first-served basis. In a spring, supporters will also have a possibility to offload their neglected tickets around a website – sum will be announced nearer a time, though rest positive that these sales will be during face value.
What if we imagination chancing it on a day of a game?
Tread really delicately indeed, since there will be no tickets accessible on a walk-up basis. There have been well-documented fears that touts and rapist gangs will steal a focus routine and buy in bulk to resell during unreasonable prices, though if we buy your sheet from someone outward a track – or from any other unaccepted channel that springs adult between now and Sep – afterwards we run a really critical risk of not being let into a track and, of course, of violation a law.
I am prepared to book. How do we pay?
By card, as prolonged as it is not an American Express. Using a MasterCard or withdraw label avoids a 2% transaction assign incurred by any other kind of credit card.
When do we find out possibly I’ve been successful in a ballot?
Pretty shortly – we will be told during Oct though a tangible seats we will be sitting in are not motionless until 2015.
FIXTURES BY VENUE
For any match, 3 prices are quoted: for a many costly adult ticket; for a cheapest adult ticket; and for a cheapest child ticket, if available
Twickenham, London, ability 81,605
Fri 18 Sep England v Fiji £315; £75; £15
Sat 19 Sep France v Italy £250; £50; £15
Sat 26 Sep England v Wales £315; £75; £15
Sat 3 Oct England v Australia £315; £75; £15
Sat 10 Oct Australia v Wales £250; £50; £15
Sat 17 Oct Quarter-final: Winner B v Runner-up A £250; £95; n/a
Sun 18 Oct Quarter-final: Winner A v Runner-up B £250; £95; n/a
Sat 24 Oct Semi-final: Winner QF1 v Winner QF2 £515; £125; n/a
Sun 25 Oct Semi-final: Winner QF3 v Winner QF4 £515; £125; n/a
Sat 31 Oct World Cup Final £715; £150; n/a
Olympic Stadium, London, ability 54,000
Wed 23 Sep France v Romania £85; £20; £15
Thu 24 Sep New Zealand v Namibia £175; £50; £15
Sun 4 Oct Ireland v Italy £175; £50; £15
Wed 7 Oct South Africa v USA £85; £20; £15
Fri 30 Oct Bronze final £175; £50; £15
Wembley Stadium, London, ability 90,256
Sun 20 Sep New Zealand v Argentina £175; £50; £15
Sun 27 Sep Ireland v Romania £175; £50; £15
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, ability 74,154
Sat 19 Sep Ireland v Canada £175; £50; £15
Sun 20 Sep Wales v Play-off leader £175; £50; £15
Wed 23 Sep Australia v Fiji £150; £50; £15
Thu 1 Oct Wales v Fiji £175; £50; £15
Fri 2 Oct New Zealand v Georgia £150; £50; £15
Sun 11 Oct France v Ireland £250; £50; £15
Sat 17 Oct Quarter-final: Winner C v Runner-up D £250; £95; n/a
Sun 18 Oct Quarter-final: Winner D v Runner-up C £250; £95; n/a
St James’ Park, Newcastle, ability 52,409
Sat 3 Oct South Africa v Scotland £175; £50; £15
Fri 9 Oct New Zealand v Tonga £150; £50; £15
Sat 10 Oct Samoa v Scotland £150; £50; £15
City of Manchester Stadium*, ability 47,800
Sat 10 Oct England v Play-off winner £250; £50; £15
Villa Park, Birmingham, ability 42,785
Sat 26 Sep South Africa v Samoa £150; £50; £15
Sun 27 Sep Australia v Play-off winner £85; £20; £15
Elland Road, Leeds, ability 37,914
Sat 26 Sep Italy v Canada £85; £20; £15
Sun 27 Sep Scotland v USA £85; £20; £15
Leicester City Stadium*, ability 32,312
Sun 4 Oct Argentina v Tonga £150; £50; £15
Tue 6 Oct Canada v Romania £60; £15; £7
Sun 11 Oct Argentina v Namibia £85; £20; £15
Brighton Community Stadium*, ability 30,750
Sat 19 Sep South Africa v Japan £85; £20; £15
Sun 20 Sep Samoa v USA £60; £15; £7
Stadium MK, Milton Keynes, ability 30,717
Thu 1 Oct France v Canada £150; £50; £15
Sat 3 Oct Samoa v Japan £85; £20; £15
Tue 6 Oct Play-off leader v Fiji £60; £15; £7
Kingsholm, Gloucester, ability 16,115
Sat 19 Sep Tonga v Georgia £60; £15; £7
Wed 23 Sep Scotland v Japan £85; £20; £15
Fri 25 Sep Argentina v Georgia £85; £20; £15
Sun 11 Oct USA v Japan £60; £15; £7
Sandy Park, Exeter, ability 12,300
Tue 29 Sep Tonga v Namibia £60; £15; £7
Wed 7 Oct Namibia v Georgia £60; £15; £7
Sun 11 Oct Italy v Romania £85; £20; £15
*Stadium names altered for a eventuality since of sponsorship reasons