The remaining tickets from the September general sale for Rugby World Cup 2015 will go back on sale next week, it has been announced.
The first stage of the sale will be split into two phases with the remaining tickets for Pool A and B matches going on sale on Monday and the remaining tickets for Pool C and D matches, along with the knock out stages, going on sale on Tuesday (November 25).
From Wednesday (November 26) tickets will become available for applicants who were only partially successful in the opening sales period, meaning those that secured just a few of the tickets they applied for.
Then, on Friday (November 28), tickets will be released to all fans hoping to secure tickets for the event.
Tickets will be sold in real time on a first come first served basis, meaning that once matches are on sale, they will remain on sale until they sell out.
Fans will be able to utilise real time demand indicators which show the availability of each match.
The remaining tickets for the matches at nine of the Host Venues are available at a range of prices starting at £15 ($23.50/€19).
Child tickets are also available from £7 ($11/€9)for 11 of the pool matches on sale.
A limited number of tickets may come on sale for price categories at matches that previously went to ballot due to hand backs from the Rugby World Cup Limited commercial programme, run by World Rugby.
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