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Grand Final Tickets Selling Fast After Disappointing Play-Off Crowds

9 October 2014 by Tim Groves

The RFL has revealed that ticket sales for this season's Super League Grand Final were 10,000 up on the same period last year prior to the semi-finals last weekend after a disappointing set of play-of...

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All RWC Matches To Go To Ticket Ballot

1 October 2014 by Mark Tilley

The general sale for Rugby World Cup 2015 tickets has now closed, with all 48 matches to go to a ballot in at least one of the four price categories. Supporters will find out the results of their appl...

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Over Two Thirds Of Aviva Stadium Sold For Leinster v Munster

1 October 2014 by Mark Tilley

Leinster have announced that 38,000 tickets have been sold for their Guinness Pro12 clash with Munster at the Aviva Stadium this weekend. The annual fixture between the two provinces has taken place i...

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Super League Crowds Fall By 5%

18 September 2014 by Tim Groves

An analysis of attendances at the 182 Super League games played outside of the Magic Weekend during the 2014 regular season shows that there was a fall of five per cent overall. The one-off weekend of...

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Low Demand For Millennium Stadium Games At RWC 2015

17 September 2014 by Editor

Tickets for Rugby World Cup fixtures at the Millennium Stadium appear to be in low demand after the general sale window opened last week. Cardiff's Millennium Stadium will host eight games at the tour...

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Jevans Confirms 400,000 RWC2015 Tickets Already Sold As General Sale Launches

11 September 2014 by Tim Groves

With just over a year to go until the 2015 Rugby World Cup kicks off, the general public are set to get their first chance to book a place at the tournament from tomorrow but ER2015's ticketing operat...

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