The Brighton Community Stadium has almost sold out all of the hospitality boxes for the two Rugby World Cup 2015 matches between South Africa v Japan on Saturday 19th September and Samoa v USA the following day.
There is just one remaining executive box for the match between Samoa and USA, with prices at £375 per person for groups of 10 to 20 people.
Prestige hospitality packages are also available for South Africa v Japan at £475 per person and Samoa v USA at £295 per person.
It includes early access to your in-stadium VIP restaurant, category A seats, excellent food and beverages, and with guest speakers.
Please call Albion’s commercial team on 01273 668598 to secure your package.
Meanwhile, a record 950,000 Rugby World Cup 2015 tickets have also been sold on general sale throughout September.
All of the 48 fixtures have been balloted in at least one price category and fans will be notified of the results of their ticket applications on Saturday 25th October. Payment will be taken electronically on Monday 27th October.
In addition to the 950,000 tickets sold in the September sale, 340,000 tickets were sold by England Rugby 2015 to rugby clubs in England and Wales as part of the Rugby Community Programme.
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Debbie Jevans, Chief Executive Officer of England Rugby 2015 told Seagulls.co.uk, "We are thrilled with demand for tickets a year out from the tournament, and the record level of demand we saw in September is a terrific indicator of the general interest and excitement for Rugby World Cup 2015.
“Demand has exceeded supply for a high number of our matches, and the only downside of such strong demand is that there will inevitably be some disappointment when rugby fans are notified of the results of their applications on Saturday.”
Rugby fans who do not receive tickets in the ballots will receive priority when tickets go back on sale by the end of November. Full details of the November sale, including the dates, will be announced in due course.
Please note that tickets are still available via the official travel and hospitality programmes, with 160,000 tour packages already sold and on course to break the record 184,000 mark for the 2007 World Cup.
The official Rugby World Cup ticketing website will re-open once the ballot results have been announced. Click here for more details.