CT Sevens tickets sold out for Sunday

2015-10-16 12:49
Jurie Roux (Gallo)

Cape Town - The tickets for the second day of the inaugural Cape Town Sevens tournament to be staged at the Cape Town Stadium on December 12 and 13 are sold out, the South African Rugby Union (SARU) confirmed on Friday.

By Wednesday this week only 1 400 tickets were left for the final day’s day play on December 13, but the last of these were snapped up on Friday.

Fans wishing to attend the tournament, however, can still purchase tickets for Saturday December 12, but with only 9 400 tickets left for the Sevens Rugby extravaganza at the 55 000 seat stadium, fans are urged to move swiftly to secure their tickets to avoid disappointment.

Hospitality packages are also still available at R1 850 and R2 500 respectively directly from SARU.

Ticket prices for the Cape Town Sevens are as follows:

 - R250.00 - West Stand
 - R150.00 - South Stand
 - R100.00 - North Stand (family stand – alcohol free area)
 - R100.00 - North Stand (non-family section) and South Stand
 - Business Club Lounge packages are available at R2 500
 - SARU ‘Engage’ Hospitality packages are available at R1 850

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