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London - Ticket prices for the 2015 Rugby World Cup final in England will range from £150 to £715, organisers announced on Wednesday.

The match at Twickenham on October 13 will begin at 21:00 SA time, with group games ranging from 13:00 to 21:00, quarter-finals taking place at 15:00 or 18:00, and semi-finals kicking off at 18:00.

Organisers England 2015 have announced that over one million of the total 2.3 million tickets will go on sale at £100 or less, with 500 000 retailing for £50 or less.

Ticket prices for adults will begin at £15, with £7 tickets available for children at 41 of the 48 matches.

"Our key priority is ensuring we give the teams a balanced and equitable schedule, which we believe we have achieved," said England 2015 chief executive Debbie Jevans.

"We have consulted with all our transport providers, our venues and host cities and we feel that we have put together a schedule that takes into account all of the needs of our stakeholders.

"Now that fans have the final piece of the jigsaw, they can start to plan their tournament, be it in stadia or watching from home, and make this a truly memorable celebration of rugby."

The first batch of tickets, numbering around 500 000, will be distributed in May via clubs affiliated to the Rugby Football Union, with tickets going on general sale the following September.

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