Pretoria - Tickets for the Vodacom Super 14 final between the Bulls and Stormers will only go on sale on Tuesday, the Blue Bulls announced on Sunday.
Because of logistical challenges, the Bulls announced that no tickets would go on sale on Monday, giving staff a chance to sort out the various ticket categories.
However, they did announce that tickets for the final will cost R350, up from the R250 for the semi-final this past weekend.
The game, which will kick off at 5pm, will make use of the same transport and logistical arrangements as this past weekend, but the Bulls will be hoping that there is less traffic chaos surrounding the stadium this weekend.
The combination of roadworks on the N1 and the 76 000 fans heading for Soccer City at Nasrec combined with the hoardes of Bulls fans meant that many fans arrived after kickoff and missed a good portion of the game. The Bulls will announce transport arrangements on Monday.
“Information (including the routes and prices) regarding the transport and logistics will be made available on Monday, 24 May 2010. The Blue Bulls Company (Pty) Ltd will do everything within their power to manage the transport plan as smooth as possible,” a press statement said.
The ticketing procedure will be the same as last week, with suite owners getting their tickets first, and having the option to buy hospitality packages. This will be emailed on Monday.
Season ticket holders will be next in line, having the first option to purchase tickets.
There is no information yet about how many tickets will be made available for the public, but this is possibly due to the logistical problems with Computicket last week that angered many rugby fans in both Cape Town and Pretoria.
Either way, considering the problems experienced this past weekend, fans will be encouraged once again to get to the stadium early to avoid any disappointment.