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Ireland v Canada Tickets To Go On Sale

Ireland v Canada Tickets To Go On Sale

The Guinness Series 2008 kicks off at Thomond Park Stadium on Saturday, November 8 when Ireland play Canada. Tickets for the match will go on sale to members of the Supporters Club on Monday, October 13 at midday.

Kick off the Guinness Series 2008 at Thomond Park Stadium as Ireland get their November Test schedule underway with a game against Canada.

Ireland have played Canada at capped international level on three occasions in 1987, 1997 and 2000.

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The sides’ last fixture was part of a summer tour which ended in a 27-27 draw.

Tickets for this game at Thomond Park will go on sale to members of the Irish Rugby Supporters Club on Monday, October 13 at 12 noon.

Ireland v Canada, Saturday, November 8 at Thomond Park (kick-off 5.15pm).

Stand Tickets:

West Stand – Euro 40.00
West Stand – Euro 32.00
East Stand – Euro 32.00

Terrace Tickets:

East Terrace – Euro 25
North Terrace – Euro 25
South Terrace – Euro 25
West Terrace – Euro 25

The admin fee is 4.00 euro per ticket.

All tickets for Ireland v Canada will be posted out on October 23.

Tickets previously purchased for the New Zealand or Argentina games will be posted on October 27.

Tickets previously purchased for the RBS 6 Nations 2009 will be posted in January 2009.

Members are asked to read the Terms & Conditions of ‘Ticket Purchase’ and pay particular note to the following:

Tickets are non-transferable. In particular, it is prohibited to sell, advertise or offer to sell this ticket to any person at a price in excess of face value or otherwise in breach of the IRFU Terms and Conditions.

Further, it is a breach of the Rules to advertise the sale of this ticket in any forum, including placing the ticket for auction on any online auction website. This ticket shall not be used as a prize in any lottery or competition or for any other promotional or advertising purpose unless expressly authorised in writing by the IRFU.

Any such action may result in legal proceedings against the ticket holder and/or the advertiser/online auction website. Once purchased tickets may not be cancelled.