Rugby World Cup 2015 tickets back on sale on Monday
Tickets will be available for the following matches:
(* indicates child tickets available) (15) indicates the 15 ticket option is available
France v Italy
Australia v Wales
Italy v Canada (15)
Scotland v USA
Argentina v Tonga * (15)
Canada v Romania * (15)
Argentina v Namibia * (15)
Ireland v Canada * (15)
Wales v Uruguay * (15)
Australia v Fiji * (15)
Wales v Fiji * (15)
New Zealand v Georgia * (15)
France v Ireland
QF2 W Pool C v RU Pool D
QF3: W Pool D v RU Pool C
France v Romania (15)
New Zealand v Namibia (15)
St James’ Park
New Zealand v Tonga
St James’ Park
Samoa v Scotland *
France v Canada
Samoa v Japan (15)
Fiji v Uruguay* (15)
South Africa v Samoa
Australia v Uruguay (15)
Ireland v Romania * (15)
Up to 300,000 tickets on sale from next week
Priority access for unsuccessful ballot applicants will open November 24-27
Sales then open to the general public at midday on November 28
Tickets for 25 matches at 9 different venues available
Official resale service to launch in Spring 2015
The remaining tickets from the September general sale for Rugby World Cup 2015 will go back on sale next week.
The sale of up to 300,000 tickets for 25 matches will take place in three stages, with priority access given to applicants who were unsuccessful in the ballot.
Stage 1 – Monday 24 and Tuesday November 25 – Ticket sale open to unsuccessful applicants from the September general sale
Stage 2 – Wednesday 26 and Thursday November 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 – Friday November 28, midday (GMT) onwards – Ticket sale open to the general public
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 Monday November 24 and the remaining tickets for Pool C and D matches, along with the knock out stages, going on sale on Tuesday 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. Fans will be able to utilise real time demand indicators which show the availability of each match.
The remaining tickets for the matches at nine of the Host Venues are available at a range of prices starting at £15. Eleven of the pool matches still have child tickets available which start at £7. 15 matches will also have the 15 tickets purchase option as per the September general sale.
A limited number of tickets may come on sale for price categories at matches that previously went to ballot due to hand backs from the Rugby World Cup Limited commercial programme, run by World Rugby (formerly IRB).
Tickets are also still available via the official travel (domestic and international) and hospitality programmes via www.rugbyworldcup.com
The only official resale service 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.