Chiefs and Messam want full house for semi-final
chiefs.co.nz and James Mortimer 18 Jul 2013 Getty Images
“It is crucial for us to play our home semi final in front of a full stadium of vocal Chiefs supporters,” said inspirational leader and Chiefs centurion Liam Messam.
Public sales will start on Monday but current season members and those who purchase a 2014 season membership now will get the option to secure semi-finals tickets first.
Current 2013 season membership holders will get priority purchasing options with a 20% discount and the ability to purchase additional tickets to the 2013 Investec Super Rugby semi finals at Waikato Stadium. Current season members should visit www.chiefs.co.nz/season-members/members-news/ to obtain their latest information on priority ticketing information.
In an exciting new initiative for those who a purchase a 2014 Investec Super Rugby Chiefs Season Membership before 9am on Monday 22 July 2013 they will get priority purchasing with 10% discount for any 2013 Chiefs home finals series matches. Visit www.getinnow.co.nz for terms and conditions and to make the most of this exciting opportunity to secure your seats for the 2013 semi finals or phone 0800 get in now (0800 438 466 69).
Gate 1 Tristram Street, Waikato Stadium will be open from midday Thursday 18 July, 8am-6pm Friday 19 and Saturday 20 July exclusively for current and new members to purchase semi-final tickets.
Public tickets sales for the Chiefs semi finals match at Waikato Stadium will be available through from midday-6pm Monday 22 July from Waikato Stadium Gate 1 and Tuesday 23 July to Friday 26 July from 8am-6pm and 9am on game day. Tickets may also be purchased on line through www.ticketdirect or via the 0800 4 Chiefs with ticket numbers limited to ten per person.
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