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  • Semi Final Tickets - ON SALE NOW TO ALL MRSC MEMBERS

    Heineken Cup Semi Final - OPEN SALE NOW OPEN FOR ALL MEMBERS

    10 Apr 2013

    Based upon the level of purchases by Full
    Members with Combined Season Tickets together with
    the number of entries to lotteries by other
    category of members, we believe that there will be
    sufficient tickets for all members.

    To facilitate members purchasing seats together,
    we have decided to cancel all lotteries and to
    stop the current sale to Full Members with
    Combined Season Tickets.


    For those that have already purchased or entered
    one of the lotteries please read the below

    Full Members with Combined Season Tickets;

    If you are a Full Member with a Combined Season
    Ticket and have already purchased a ticket your
    order will be processed and that ticket allocated to you. You may log in and purchase from the general sale to all members now also.

    Lottery Entries;

    If you have entered one of the lotteries all
    entries have now been cancelled and no ticket will be allocated to you through the lottery. No charge will be made to your credit card.

    The sale for all Full and Associate Members is now open and will remain open up to Friday 12th April at 11am ONLY.

    Tickets are priced at €20 to €60 euros. A
    transaction fee of €2.50 will apply. We do not
    have details of seat/ticket locations within the
    stadium at this stage so a seat will be allocated according to the price category. If 2 tickets are purchased in the one transaction they will be seated together.

    How To Purchase

    -Enter your Membership ID number and password at
    top right hand corner of page
    -Click Tickets tab.

    We have not received details of ticket locations
    in the stadium at this stage - please download
    further information below to view where the
    various price categories are located. This may
    help with you with your selection of ticket.

    J. Kiernan
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