• Ticket pricing announced for B&I Lions tour

    Test-match ticket prices will range in categories from R500 to R3,000 for the highly-anticipated British & Irish Lions tour to South Africa in 2021.

    REMINDER: Register for interest in tickets for the 2021 British & Irish Lions tour to South Africa to qualify for the ballot

    SA Rugby CEO Jurie Roux held a media briefing on Tuesday to update the public on the ticketing system and pricing.

    He reiterated the importance of registering for tickets on lionstour2021.co.za and activating an account in order to be in a position to be able to have access to purchasing.

    ‘The process is very simple, it’s about registering and being in the game,’ Roux commented. ‘It’s like the lottery, if you don’t enter you can’t win. Only one place to do it is on the website.’

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    Over 30,000 rugby-mad supporters are expected to travel to South Africa for what is said to be the most lucrative rugby competition outside the World Cup.

    For more information on the best range of ticket-inclusive travel packages to South Africa, visit www.lionsrugby.com/tours

    Full 2021 tour schedule:

    Saturday 3 July: British & Irish Lions vs Stormers – Cape Town Stadium, Cape Town

    Wednesday 7 July: British & Irish Lions vs South Africa Invitational – Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth

    Saturday 10 July: British & Irish Lions vs Sharks – Kings Park, Durban

    Wednesday 14 July: British & Irish Lions vs South Africa A – Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit

    Saturday 17 July: British & Irish Lions vs Vodacom Bulls – Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria

    Saturday 24 July (first Test): Springboks vs British & Irish Lions – FNB Stadium, Johannesburg

    Saturday 31 July (second Test): Springboks vs British & Irish Lions – Cape Town Stadium, Cape Town

    Saturday 7 August (third Test): Springboks vs British & Irish Lions – Emirates Airline Park, Johannesburg.

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    Craig Lewis