Cape Town Sevens tickets on sale soon

2017-07-21 09:00
Cape Town Sevens logo (Supplied)

Cape Town - Tickets for the highly anticipated Cape Town Sevens tournament will go on sale to the public on Friday, July 28, ranging in price from R150 to R300 for a full day’s rugby action.

Sales will open next Friday at 09:00 through Computicket and all participating Shoprite and Checkers outlets for the third edition of this sell-out tournament, which takes place on Saturday and Sunday, December 9-10, 2017.

Tickets can also be purchased through the Computicket App and website.

A restriction of a maximum of 10 tickets has been placed on the number of tickets to be purchased by any one individual, company or institution.

SA Rugby strongly warns against members of the public being tempted to purchase from other online agencies or companies offering tickets and hospitality packages as these cannot be guaranteed.

The 2016 Cape Town Sevens was named as Best Live Sports Experience in South Africa at the prestigious Discovery Sport Industry Awards in Johannesburg earlier this year and is again expected to thrill a sell-out crowd over the two days of world class action and uniquely South African entertainment and fun.

A full seating plan of the stadium with the applicable ticket prices will be available when sales go live.

Tickets to a dedicated, alcohol-free family stand (north side) will also be available adjacent to a Kiddies Village (free of charge), while the opposite South Stand has been designated as the Party Stand.

Tickets sold out quickly last year and with the demand expected to be even higher for this year's event, spectators are advised to get their tickets for the event as soon as possible, in order to avoid disappointment.

The Cape Town Sevens tournament is the second of 10 global destinations that will comprise the 2017/18 HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series.

The Springbok Sevens team are the current Sevens series champions.

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