April 29, 2017
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Super Rugby early bird specials rush

Today is the last day for fans to take advantage of the early bird ticket specials for the Gallagher Chiefs vs BNZ Crusaders Super Rugby match which will be played at the ANZ Stadium in Suva on May 19.

The Fiji Sports Council is urging fans to rush down to the FSC operations office in Laucala Bay in Suva or purchase online on http://www.ticketdirect.com.fj before ticket prices increase on Monday, May 1.

Even more reason for rugby fans to #StandUp now and buy your tickets today is, all Early Bird Specials buyers will go into the draw to win a ‘Behind the Scenes Tour’ on Match Day with the Chiefs.

Sales started at 8am and will go through till 2pm and every fan who purchases a ticket will be issued a FREE Chiefs Flag in support of the Home team.

Fiji Sports Council Chief Executive Officer and Super Rugby Games Committee Chair, Litiana Loabuka said they do not want to see fans missing out this year and wants them to purchase their tickets in advance.

“Last year’s atmosphere was electric and we had rugby fans who did not take advantage of the Pre-Sale period and we encourage everyone to use this opportunity to watch the game live and buy your tickets now – they are limited and if you wish to save getting disappointed, come on down or purchase online… now!,” she said.

Platinum seating tickets are currently being sold at $180 and this will increase to $190 from May 01, Gold seating tickets will increase from $140 to $150, concrete embankment seating tickets will increase from $40 to $50 and the grass embankment seating tickets will increase from $20 to $30.

By Reginald Chandar


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