Investec Rugby Championship action returns in 2013 - Tickets on sale TODAY!
allblacks.com 01 Jul 2013
New Zealand Rugby Chief Executive Steve Tew said the Steinlager Series had been a great success with all three Test matches against France selling out.
Now it was time for Wellington, Hamilton, and again, Auckland to shine as Test match hosts.
“We had great crowds for the matches in Auckland, Christchurch and New Plymouth and I know the team really appreciated that support so here is another opportunity to support the boys at Westpac Stadium, Waikato Stadium or Eden Park.
“I urge fans to show their support and to book their seats early. We know that the boys love nothing better than running out in front of a full house,” Steve Tew said.
Trans-Tasman rivalry kicks off the New Zealand leg of the Investec Rugby Championship when Wellington hosts the second Bledisloe Cup Test, where adult ticket prices range between $75 and $135.
Then it’s Waikato’s turn to host the colourful Pumas, who return for their second year in the expanded competition. Adult ticket prices range from $35 to $135.
Then the All Blacks return to Eden Park for the second time this year, to take on the Springboks. Tickets range from $60 to $160.
The All Blacks domestic Test season closes out in Dunedin where the third Bledisloe Cup Test match against Australia will be played on 19 October at Forsyth Barr Stadium. Fans will get their chance to purchase those tickets when they go on sale on 10 August.
2013 Investec Rugby Championship Ticketing details
Wellington: All Blacks v Australia
24 August, 7:35 pm at Westpac Stadium
Tickets available at www.ticketek.co.nz or on 0800 842 538
Hamilton: All Blacks v Argentina
7 September, 7:35 pm at Waikato Stadium
Tickets available at www.ticketdirect.co.nz or on 0800 466 665
Auckland: All Blacks v South Africa
14 September, 7:35 pm at Eden Park
Tickets available at www.ticketmaster.co.nz or on 0800 111 999
Third Bledisloe Cup Test goes on sale 10 August
Dunedin: All Blacks v Australia
19 October, 7:35 pm at Forsyth Barr Stadium
Tickets available at www.ticketdirect.co.nz or on 0800 224 224
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