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Re: Semi Final ticket prices

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So thats about:
Category 1 €77
Category 2 €70
Category 3 €59
Category 4 €47
Category 5 €23.50
for the Ricoh. plus 10% booking fee

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Anyone know when we'll get word on ticket availability? Thought we'd have heard by now.

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Dear limecat,

Our Heineken Champions Cup Semi-Final has been confirmed and will see Leinster Rugby take on Toulouse on Sunday the 21st April with kick-off at the Aviva Stadium at 3.15pm.

As an associate member you have the opportunity to purchase tickets in an priority pre-sale starting tomorrow Thursday 4th April at 12pm.Tickets will be sold on a first come first served basis and are available at all price categories throughout the stadium. A limited number of junior tickets are available in Cat 2 & 3.

The Heineken Champions Cup Semi-Final is an EPCR event and the allocation of tickets to Leinster Rugby is controlled by the EPCR.

Pre-Sale Link: ----- snip snip snip -----
Pre-Sale Starts: Thursday 4th April at 12pm (noon)
Pre-Sale Ends: Tuesday 10th April at 5pm
Ticket Limit: 8 per transaction

Prices:
Category  Price
Premium     €80
Cat 1       €70
Cat 2       €60
Cat 3       €50
Cat 4       €40
Cat 5       €25
Please note during busy periods the interactive seat map automatically disables.

We look forward to seeing you in the Aviva on Easter Sunday.

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What parts of the stadium are what category does anyone know?

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It looks like EPRC have actually reduced the prices :shock: if I am not mistaken.
I didnt save a full list of prices from last years semi but I am pretty sure the premium level was €90 and Category 1 was €80 plus booking fee. €10 cheaper this year I think.

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There are a couple of threads on this matter now so I'm going to post this same question in both.

I am coming home from Canada and would love to have a chance to go to the game. It would be my first time at Lansdowne Rd since the renos. I always catch a game when home but unfortunately never made it to the Aviva.

Would there be any season ticket holders out there not using their full allotment? I would love 4-6 premium tickets if they are not and would have a friend come give you the cash ASAP. message me if anyone would be able to do this for me.

Thanks

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El Diablo wrote:It looks like EPRC have actually reduced the prices :shock: if I am not mistaken.
I didnt save a full list of prices from last years semi but I am pretty sure the premium level was €90 and Category 1 was €80 plus booking fee. €10 cheaper this year I think.
Everything is €10 cheaper than last year except the category 5 tickets based on this IT article from last year.
https://www.irishtimes.com/sport/rugby/ ... -1.3458563

That's assuming that they haven't redefined the categories of course. :?

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Grubber wrote:There are a couple of threads on this matter now so I'm going to post this same question in both.

I am coming home from Canada and would love to have a chance to go to the game. It would be my first time at Lansdowne Rd since the renos. I always catch a game when home but unfortunately never made it to the Aviva.

Would there be any season ticket holders out there not using their full allotment? I would love 4-6 premium tickets if they are not and would have a friend come give you the cash ASAP. message me if anyone would be able to do this for me.

Thanks
It’s highly unlikely that there won’t be Premium tickets for Sale in the public sale next week so just get on Ticketmaster early on the first day of the general sale

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Dundalk 1 wrote:
Grubber wrote:There are a couple of threads on this matter now so I'm going to post this same question in both.

I am coming home from Canada and would love to have a chance to go to the game. It would be my first time at Lansdowne Rd since the renos. I always catch a game when home but unfortunately never made it to the Aviva.

Would there be any season ticket holders out there not using their full allotment? I would love 4-6 premium tickets if they are not and would have a friend come give you the cash ASAP. message me if anyone would be able to do this for me.

Thanks
It’s highly unlikely that there won’t be Premium tickets for Sale in the public sale next week so just get on Ticketmaster early on the first day of the general sale
Yep would say there will be tickets in every category in the general sale !.
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Thanks guys. Makes me feel more comfortable, I'll set an alarm for the general sale and go from there. Also moving home this year, so will buy a season ticket on the 9th when those are available.

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You can't choose your seats on the seat map :x

I know it said that in the email but I checked and they keep trying to flog me cr@p tickets.

When does the full sale come up?
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Just got my tickets. Again the selection was cr@p compared to the quarter final. Clearly the best seats are reserved for sponsors or held back for later sales. Also, how come the Toulouse pre-sale started two hours before the Leinster one?

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paddyor wrote:You can't choose your seats on the seat map :x

I know it said that in the email but I checked and they keep trying to flog me cr@p tickets.

When does the full sale come up?
The map started working about an hour into the quarter final pre-sale if you can hold your nerve that long.

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D4surfer wrote:Just got my tickets. Again the selection was cr@p compared to the quarter final. Clearly the best seats are reserved for sponsors or held back for later sales. Also, how come the Toulouse pre-sale started two hours before the Leinster one?
They're allocated different parts of the stadium. They're not competing for the same tickets.
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D4surfer wrote:Just got my tickets. Again the selection was cr@p compared to the quarter final.
This happens every time. They only offer corner seats at the start. If you hold your never until the seat map is available, you'll be able to choose decent seats.

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No way I'm buying that cr@p in the corners. Wait for the seatmap.

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johng wrote:No way I'm buying that cr@p in the corners. Wait for the seatmap.
Exactly. Same every time from the fockers.
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Im using the interactive seat map for the Wales preRWC game to see exactly where the seats I'm being offered are - at least then I have an idea of what kind of sh!t they are. So far, they're runny sh!t.
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After repeated trying I managed to get East Lower BLK 104 Row S. Happy

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€60 for an upper tier seat near the goal line or €50 for a seat right at the back of the upper tier is appalling.

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