Massive Surge in Demand for Ireland v Georgia Tickets
In the hours after Ireland recorded a famous 29-15 victory over the Springboks, fans flocked online with over 1,800 tickets sold immediately following the first Test of the Guinness Series on Saturday.
The final game of the Guinness Series against Australia is a sell out as are Ireland’s two RBS 6 Nations home fixtures against England and France so the Georgia game is the last opportunity to support the Ireland team this season.
Ticket sales for the game against Georgia currently stand at around 37,000 and with tickets prices starting at €20 for adults and €5 for children.
Padraig Power, IRFU Commercial and Marketing Director, commented, “Ticket sales for the Georgia game had been pretty strong before Saturday’s game against South Africa but following the team’s incredible performance there has been a real surge in sales. With the Australia game already sold out and both of our home 6 Nations games sold out already this is the last opportunity fans will have to support the team this season.”
Tickets for the Georgia game are available on Ticketmaster.ie
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