Supporters Club 'Lead The Charge' For Ireland Tickets
2 June 2014 20:15pm
'Lead The Charge' - get the first pick of tickets as a member of the Irish Rugby Supporters Club
Tickets for the 2014 GUINNESS Series matches against South Africa, Georgia and Australia go on sale at 10am on Tuesday, June 3. Irish Rugby Supporters Club members will have a 48 hour 'First Pick' priority window of tickets and packages including access the always popular Supporters Club MatchDay Event for Ireland v Georgia.
There will be a range of two and three match packages offering up to 20% savings as well as individual match tickets for each game available to members.
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