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SA Rugby CEO Jurie Roux talks to the media after France was announced as the host nation for the 2023 Rugby World Cup at Royal Garden Hotel in London on 15 November 2017 (Photo by Bryn Lennon/Getty Images)

SA Rugby CEO Jurie Roux talks to the media after France changed into announced because the host nation for the 2023 Rugby World Cup at Royal Backyard Resort in London on 15 November 2017 (Photo by Bryn Lennon/Getty Images)

There’s authorized one week to switch and South African rugby fans are instantaneous to
gain into the virtual queue for tickets to the British & Irish Lions tour in
2021, before the ballotcloses in the dull of evening subsequent Wednesday (16 September). 

Interest in the three Tests – at FNB Stadium, Cape Metropolis Stadium and
Emirates Airline Park – has reportedly been excessive after the first week of the associated fee
ballot, while the encounters with the three franchise groups and the 2
invitational sides are additionally available. 

These who absorb no longer yet registered can
calm attain so at www.lionstour2021.co.za

Tickets for the 5 non-Tests inaugurate from R100 to gaze the
Lions in motion – against the SA Invitational crew in Port Elizabeth and
against SA ‘A’ at Mbombela Stadium – while the suits against the Bulls, Sharks and Stormers inaugurate at R250.

“Test tickets are dearer, but for as small as R100 to R250
supporters in Nelspruit, Port Elizabeth, Pretoria, Durban and Cape Metropolis can glance
the most efficient of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland in motion against their local
heroes,” said Jurie Roux, CEO of SA Rugby.

“Now we absorb ensured that there
are extra tickets available for our dwelling fans than guests from in another country as we
need the Sea of Green to swamp the Red Tide.

“With over 70,000 South Africans registering for the tour, and in extra
of 210,000 tickets already balloted for, probability is correct that the ‘supplied out’
indicators will go up when the ballotcloses subsequent Wednesday.

“But right here’s a ballotand even supposing the passion will be increased than
the demand for tickets at some suits, it doesn’t mean those encounters are
supplied out – somebody can calm register, ballotand gain tickets.” 

The cost ballotopened last
Wednesday with supporters authorized to register for eight tickets for every and each of
the eight suits. 

Applications will
shut at
23: 59 (SA time) on Wednesday 16 September 2020. Winning applicants will be
notified at the tip of the month. 

Would be investors must train
that tickets is more than doubtless no longer available at match venues, by provincial unions
or at the in vogue stores. If somebody answers an on-line advertisement for
tickets, they’re in hazard of being defrauded, exploited and left ticketless. 

The cost ballotdirection of is
as follows:

– The ballotopened on Wednesday, 2 September at
10h00 at www.lionstour2021.co.za;

– South African residents will be in a neighborhood to obtain
tickets for all eight suits (to a maximum of eight tickets per match);

– Ballotcloses on Wednesday, 16 September at 23h59;

– The map will seize convey by a computerised
alternative direction of;

– All registered users will be instantaneous by electronic mail
whether or no longer they absorb got been successful or no longer before the tip of September;

– Price will automatically seize convey on the
bank card outdated for submitting your ballotapplication if you happen to will doubtless be
successful and;

– Seat allocation and tickets dispatch (courier or
electronic) will seize convey in the 2nd quarter of 2021.

Hospitality options are
available for all suits – ranging in value from R2 495 (excl. VAT) for a
midweek game to R8 995 (excl. VAT) for a Test match.

These
must electronic mail: hospitality@sarugbyevents.co.za

Similarly, tickets will be
accessed as segment of a tour go back and forth equipment by contacting SA Rugby Hump on info@sarugbytravel.com or 021 525
2515. 

– SA Rugby media

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