Tickets For The Ireland Vs New Zealand Game At The Aviva On Sale For Staggering Amounts
Latest posts by Jason Hennessy (see all)
- Brian O’Driscoll On Why He Couldn’t Wait To Get Out Of Rugby “Quick Enough” - September 8, 2022
- Champions Cup Last 16 Extra Time Protocol & Quarter-Final Permutations - April 15, 2022
- Legendary Ireland International Announces His Retirement Fro Rugby - April 8, 2022
Tickets for the upcoming Ireland v New Zealand rugby match in Dublin have shot up to a staggering €600.
It comes after Ireland made history during the first test match in the US by beating the All Blacks for the first time after 111 years of trying. Original tickets for the Guinness Series game on November 19 cost between €25 and €120.
They however, quickly sold out via the official vender Ticketmaster when they went on sale in July. Fans who didn’t manage to get their hands on the much sought-after tickets could be expected to pay as much as 25 times their original price!
The cheapest ticket on popular resale vender,have available for the game right now is €296, while the most expensive was €635.
The website warns: “Prices for this event have been rising over the last three days. We recommend you buy now, as prices may continue to go up.”
Tickets have also been spotted on popular classified adverts website, DoneDeal at inflated prices. Pairs of tickets are being advertised for €250 and €800.