The Aviva Stadium press conference, which commences at 12pm on Wednesday, will be streamed live on Irish Rugby TV.
The November games will be vital for Ireland as they will be aiming to improve on their current IRB world ranking ahead of the draw in December for the 2015 Rugby World Cup pool allocation.
There is a wide range of ticket options and prices available for both Tests against the Springboks and Pumas, offering exceptional value to rugby supporters to see the very best of international rugby this November.
Adult tickets start at between €20 and €30 for the games. There are also special parent and child packages available at €60 for South Africa and €45 for Argentina for two tickets in designated areas, offering a 50% discount for children.
In addition, tickets for the Ireland XV v Fiji game are available with prices starting as low as €7 for a junior ticket, €15 for a terrace ticket and stand tickets for between €20 and €30. Tickets are available at both www.munsterrugby.ie and www.ticketmaster.ie.