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Fans snap up tickets for HSBC Waratahs v The Lions

  
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18/02/2013
By HSBC Waratahs Media Unit


NSW rugby fans have moved quickly this morning to snap up the entire ticket allocation for the HSBC Waratahs v British & Irish Lions match on June 15 at Allianz Stadium.
 
Within 90 minutes of tickets going on sale to the general public, fans had exhausted the ticket allocation for the first duel between the two sides in 12 years, matching the demand seen in 2001 when the game was watched by a sell-out crowd of 37,587.
 
With ticket allocations for the Sydney and Melbourne Test matches also being snapped up within 15 minutes, NSW rugby fans are now encouraged to purchase tickets for the Lions Tour matches against the Combined NSW/QLD Country side on June 12 at Hunter Stadium in Newcastle.
 
Fans are also being reminded not to buy tickets from any unauthorised ticketing sites, including eBay, facebook and other online platforms. Any tickets found being sold in breach of ARU’s Ticketing Terms and Conditions may be cancelled with no refund provided.
 
ARU will communicate with fans over the coming months should further tickets for either match become available.

 

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