Here’s what you need to know about tickets for the Springboks’ first Test against England.
Tickets for the Springboks’ first Test against England range from affordable to pretty expensive.
The match is scheduled to be played in Johannesburg on 9 June. Prices for tickets begin at R150 for the cheapest and go up to R850 for the most expensive.
“We look forward to welcoming Rassie Erasmus’ new Springbok team for their first Test at home at Ellis Park,” said Edgar Rathbone, Managing Director of EPS (Pty) Ltd.
Ticket prices for the first Test between South Africa and England
• R850: West Lower Block 2-10, West Upper Block 41-48 & East Lower Block 22-28
• R550: East Upper Block 63-68, West Lower Block 1 and 11, West Upper Block 40 and 49, South Lower Block 34-35 & North Lower Block 15-16
• R350: East Upper Block 61-62 and 69-70, East Upper Block 39 and 50, South Lower Block 32-33 and 36-37, North Lower Block 13-14 and 17-18 & North Upper Block 53-57
• R150: East Upper Block 60 and 70, South Lower Block 31 and 38, North Lower Block 12 and 19 & North Upper Block 51-52 and 58-59
The Lions Rugby Company is also offering supporters the option of buying a Lions Membership package, which includes all the Super Rugby matches including possible playoffs, the Springbok Test, all the Currie Cup matches and a Lions jersey.
These packages start from R1 630.
Where to get tickets
Tickets are available for purchase via Computicket.
Ticket sales opened on 2 March 2018.
Announcements on the availability for tickets for the other two Tests against England, on 16 June at in Bloemfontein and on 23 June at Newlands in Cape Town, will be made in due course.
It is will be the first big Test series which new coach Rassie Erasmus will take charge of. Before that, the Boks will travel to Washington where they will play Wales in once-off fixture.
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