Looking for rugby world cup tickets?

The tournament runs from September 9th to October 23rd. March 14th was the last day fans could buy tickets from the official site, rugbyworldcup.com, until the final sales period opens mid-year. However, there are plenty of other sites that are selling Rugby World Cup tickets.

Ticketfinders.com.au still have tickets on sale for most matches. Tickets for New Zealand's opening game with Tonga are priced $750 for category A tickets and $650 for category B tickets.

However, if you just want to take in the atmosphere of a Rugby World Cup game you can get tickets for a match between Namibia and Fiji in Rotorua for as low as $150.

If these prices are too expensive for you, try onlineticketexpress.com. For the game between New Zealand and Tonga in Eden Park, Auckland they are offering tickets for as low as $317. With these tickets you might not have the best view in the stadium but you will still get all the atmosphere of a Rugby World Cup game.

If you want to splash out and have a truly wonderful experience, why not take in the Rugby World Cup final at the home of rugby in New Zealand, Eden Park. Tickets are available from ticketfinders.com.au and the prices range from $1,700 to $1,800. Again, onlineticketexpress offer cheaper seats from $1,189 but they also have the VIP Gold seats which will set you back $2,599 but will surely be well worth it if there's a chance to see your country lift the famous Webb Ellis trophy.

If you are planning on attending more than one game you might want to look into going on a package tour. For example, if you are an Irish supporter, gulliverstravel.co.uk offer a deal where you can watch all of Ireland's pool games and stay in pool match venues plus the Bay of Plenty, Taupo, Tauranga, Wellington and Christchurch for £5,999 per person.

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