Make sure you know how to get tickets for the 2019 Rugby World Cup by reading this piece.

2019 Rugby World Cup Tickets

The 2019 Rugby World Cup is fast approaching and the ticketing process detailed below has been completed.

The final phase took place in January 2019 where all the last remaining tickets going on sale. They were purchased on a first-come, first-served basis but there are still ways you could grab a pass for matches.

2019 Rugby World Cup Tickets

The 2019 Rugby World Cup ticketing process had several phases to it, which we have gone into below;

  • 19-26 January, 2018: Japan rugby family priority group ballot applications for team and stadium packs
  • 27 January – 12 February, 2018: General ballot applications for team and stadium packs – open to anyone around the world
  • 19 February – 12 March, 2018: Japan rugby family priority group ballot applications (club members)
  • 19 March – 12 April, 2018: Host cities priority group ballot applications
  • 19 April – 12 May, 2018: Japan rugby friends priority group ballot applications
  • 19 May – 26 June, 2018: Supporters’ Club/Front Row members priority group ballot applications
  • 19 September – 12 November, 2018: General global ballot applications
  • 19 January, 2019: Real-time first-come-first-served individual tickets sales

All the stages of ticketing have been completed right now but there could still be ways for you to get your hands on a ticket. Plenty of people buy tickets and then are unable to attend and look to re-sell them. The Rugby World Cup website has provided a safe and secure platform for the re-selling and purchasing of tickets. People simply post their tickets on the website and then they go back into the inventory which allows any customer to try and buy them.

This opened on the 31st of May 2019 but this service excludes posting of Bundle tickets (Team Pack, Stadium Pack), Premium Seat and Sports Hospitality tickets, tickets not purchased from the official ticketing site.

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