Tickets for the two home games start at 55 euro for a Category 4 ticket, while restricted view tickets are priced from 27.50 euro.
Both games are effectively sold out through the normal distribution of affiliated rugby clubs and schools.
Ireland v England/Ireland v France
Category 4 Stand - 55 euro
Category 3 Stand - 70 euro
Category 2 Stand - 85 euro
Category 1 Stand - 95 euro
Category A1 Stand - 95 euro
Premium Level - 130 euro
Schoolboy/girl - 15 Euro
Restricted View Premium/Cat 1 - 47.50 euro
Restricted View Cat 2 - 42.50 euro
Restricted View Cat 3 - 35 euro
Restricted View Cat 4 - 27.50 euro
Category Seating Map - Map showing the various category sections in Avivia Stadium
General Seating Map - Map showing the seating by block in Aviva Stadium
The only official websites for the purchase of Ireland rugby tickets are:
Ireland's game against Scotland at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday, August 15 will kick off at 5pm, while the second home fixture, the clash with Wales on Saturday, August 29, will kick off at 2.30pm.
Rugby club members will have first option to purchase tickets from February 2-15. Details on how to purchase will be sent to clubs.
There will be a 24-hour priority window for Irish Rugby Supporters Club members to purchase tickets from February 16-17, before tickets go on public sale via Ticketmaster.ie at 10am on Wednesday, February 18.
|Category 1 Stand||60.00||60.00|
|Category 2 Stand||50.00||50.00|
|Category 3 Stand||40.00||40.00|
|Category 4 Stand||30.00||30.00|
|Restricted View - Premium & Cat 1||30.00||30.00|
|Restricted View - Cat 2||25.00||25.00|
|Restricted View - Cat 3||20.00||20.00|
|Restricted View - Cat 4||15.00||15.00|
Ireland play two home games in fortress Ashbourne on Friday 13th of February against France and Friday 27th of February against England.
Tickets are available from Ashbourne RFC in advance and on the night.
The Ulster Bank Club International at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday, February 14 is part of a unique double header against the French alongside the RBS 6 Nations senior international match.
Ireland U-20 v France U-20, Dubarry Park, Fri 13th Feb - Tickets at Dubarry Park
Ireland U-20 v England U-20, Donnybrook, Fri 27th Feb - Tickets on ticketmaster.ie - click here
In September and October 2015, 20 teams will compete for the Webb Ellis Cup in 13 venues across England and Cardiff and the team needs your support.
Ireland will take on France and Canada at the Millennium Stadium and travel to London to play Italy at the Olympic Stadium and Romania at Wembley Stadium. http://www.rugbyworldcup.com/ticketing
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