4 Dec, 10:19
Grand Slam winners Fiona Coghlan and Nora Stapelton have returned the Women's RBS 6 Nations trophy to Chief Executive John Feehan at the Six Nations offices in Dublin.
These two final games will see premium level tickets available at the Aviva Stadium for only €50, with other category tickets priced from €40 down to €20.
Schoolboy/girl tickets are available at only €10 with a family ticket being offered at €60 for a family of four (based on two adults and two children).
The tickets are being offered to rugby clubs throughout Ireland on a first preference basis and any tickets that are not taken up by the clubs will be distributed through the Irish Rugby Supporters Club.
IRFU Commercial & Marketing Chairman Pat Fitzgerald said: "These games represent a wonderful occasion for Irish rugby supporters to see the Ireland team play before they depart for the Rugby World Cup and an opportunity to enjoy the very top end of professional rugby in August.
"England and France in Dublin are two mouth-watering challenges and will certainly ensure a spectacle for the supporters.
"The pricing structure represents outstanding value and also includes a family ticket offer which we feel will be especially attractive during the summer holidays."
RUGBY WORLD CUP WARM-UPS: HOME GAME TICKET PRICES
Category 1: €40
Category 2: €30
Category 3: Family Ticket €60 (adult €20, child €10 based on two adults and two children)
Category 4: €20
RUGBY WORLD CUP WARM-UP MATCHES:
Scotland v IRELAND
Saturday, August 6, kick-off tbc
France v IRELAND
Stade Chaban Delmas, Bordeaux
Saturday, August 13, kick-off tbc
IRELAND v France
Saturday, August 20, kick-off tbc
IRELAND v England
Saturday, August 27, kick-off tbc