Springbok tickets: Everything

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Springbok tickets: Everything you need to know about England at Newlands

Want to go watch the Springboks take on England at Newlands un June? Be prepared to pay a pretty penny. Details of how much tickets will cost and when they will go on sale was announced on Friday.

Springbok tickets: Everything

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The Springboks will host England for an incoming tour in June – and details of tickets are being announced in dribs and drabs. Details of tickets for the opening match in Johannesburg was announced in March.

Details for the Test at Newlands, on 23 June 2018 was released on Friday by WP rugby.

Tickets to the final Test, which could potentially be a decider for new Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus’ first home series in charge, start from as little as R100 for scholars and R150 for standing room.

The cheapest seats will be Category Four at R450, while the prices for Category Three (R750) and Category Two (R875) have come down since last year. This reduction is significant as it represents a large proportion of the stadium capacity. Category One seats will once again be R950.

What will tickets cost and when do they go on sale?

Scholars enclosures: R100
Category five (standing): R150
Category four: R450
Category three: R750
Category two: R875
Category 1: R950

Tickets will go on sale at 12:00 on 7 May 2018.

Where can I buy tickets?

Tickets bought from online.computicket.com or any Computicket outlet.

Scholar tickets will only be available from the Western Province Rugby office and not through Computicket. Those wishing to buy scholars tickets for the Test can purchase them from the Western Province Rugby office, or alternatively contact Jarrod Thomas (jthomas@wprugby.co.za) to arrange.

Season ticket holders

Adult and scholars season tickets are valid for the Test match with no further action required and scholars season tickets are strictly valid for under 18s only in the designated scholars’ areas at the north and south ends of the ground.

The Jan Pickard stand (North) is an alcohol-free zone, those with tickets for the Jan Pickard stand will not be able to take alcohol out onto the stands.

WP Rugby Group CEO Paul Zacks said that following the success of the sold-out Test between the Springboks and the All Blacks last year, the clash against England promises to be another special occasion at Newlands.

“Anyone who has watched a Test at a packed Newlands knows that the atmosphere is something unique to experience. We are looking forward to hosting another epic Test match both on and off the field and are happy to confirm that most publicly available seats have been reduced in price from last year,” he said.