This is the official ticketing website for Rugby World Cup 2015, rugby’s showcase event taking place at 13 venues across England and in Cardiff from September

England 2015 Rugby World Cup  Ticket

A total of around 920, 000 tickets for the 2015 Rugby World Cup had been sold by the month of September, 2014 in the general sale package. Compared to the 2011 world cup held in New Zealand, this year’s tournament has so far recorded a higher number of ticket sales. To get a world cup 2015 Rugby Ticket, you need to pay £7 for a child’s ticket and £715 to purchase a ticket for the final. The average rugby ticket price in the general sale package is around £36 for the group stages. As of 31 October, 2014, all tickets were going on sale on first come, first served basis.

It is important to understand that the first tickets for the 2015 Rugby World Cup first went on sale on the month of January, 2014 in the travel package category. The package includes numerous benefits such as hotel accommodation. Prices start at £180 for England fans, in their group match in the city of Manchester. A ticket for the final and 2 and the tournament’s second last match goes for £3,270.

On sale too are the hospitality package tickets for this year’s world cup in England. They have been on sale since February last year and they cater for drinks, entertainment and food. Prices for this category begin at £295 for some matches being held outside London city. If money is not a big deal, individuals can get a ticket for the semi-finals and the final at £557,820.

The tournament kicks off on September 18, with the host taking on Fiji in what is expected to be a thrilling encounter at the Twickenham Stadium. The teams have been grouped into four pools and include countries from all zones of the world. New Zealand is the defending champion and will be seeking to showcase its rugby dominance to the world. However, it will not be an easy ride for New Zealand, considering that other strong teams such as Fiji and South Africa will also be in action.