The method of purchasing a ticket will vary depending on your location.
PUBLIC TICKET SALES
Sales of Hospitality Packages
- From 2nd August onwards, 10:00am, tickets can be purchased through HK Ticketing online: www.hkticketing.com , by phone : +852 31 288 288 or at HK Ticketing Outlets including Box Offices and Tom Lee Music Stores. For further details, please go to www.hkticketing.com
- Further information will be available at the HKRFU website.
- These will be available from mid May. Information on these and how to purchase will be on the HKRFU website.
PACKAGES FOR AUSTRALIAN RESIDENTS:
- The method of purchase for fans from Australia will be via the following Official Travel Agent:
- This Official Travel Agent will offer match tickets and travel & accommodation. Full contact details of these agents are available from www.rugby.com.au.
PACKAGES FOR NEW ZEALAND RESIDENTS:
- The method of purchase for fans from New Zealand will be via the following Official Travel Agents:
- These Official Travel Agents will offer match tickets and travel & accommodation.
PACKAGES FOR SUPPORTERS IN OTHER COUNTRIES:
- The method of purchase for fans from Asia will be via DMC Hong Kong Limited , which is one of the aligned partners of Asian Connections. Those agents under the Asian Connection
- These Official Travel Agents will offer match tickets and travel accommodation.
1. Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia via World Express Singapore, email: email@example.com
2.Thailand, India, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam via Asia World Enterprise, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
3. All other markets, including China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Philippines, USA/Canada, Europe (excluding UK) and Africa via DMC; email: email@example.com
4. The UK Market:
The entire stadium will be reserved seating. Customers will be able to choose from and reserve the available seats in the stadium and a range of price options will apply depending on the location of the seats. Tickets are priced at HK$1,250, HK$1,000 and HK$880. Tickets will not be on sale via the Internet to supporters outside of Hong Kong.