Tickets For Ireland’s Six Nations Games Are Being Sold Online For Extortionate Prices
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Tickets for Ireland’s three home games in this year’s NatWest Six Nations against Italy, Wales and Scotland, are being sold for astronomical prices online.
On StubHub tickets for the Wales and Scotland games start at over €250, with the most expensive coming in at over €1800. Premium 300 tickets will set you back at over €2400 each!
Tickets for the Italy game aren’t much better, with prices ranging from around €150-€1200 for February 10th clash. Viagogo are also selling tickets online for all three games, with similar extortionate prices.
All three games are completely sold-out, with only the Italy game going on general sale last year.
The tickets were sold via the clubs and to Irish Rugby Supporters Club members, with the latter only permitted to buy two Six Nations tickets in total for the 2018 competition.