Guarantee Your Place on the British & Irish Lions Tour - £319 per person
10 March 2009 10:41am
With the RBS 6 Nations moving towards the final two weekends of action, attentions are starting to turn to the big event of the summer - the British & Irish Lions tour to South Africa. Fans can now secure their official ticket packages for the Lions tour from £319 per person.
Gloucester Rugby Season Ticket Holders Receive Discounts on ALL Packages
England Rugby Travel, an Official Licensed Operator for the tour, has launched a limited number of ticket packages that include a guaranteed match ticket, exclusive access on matchday to the official supporter village including free drinks, food and live entertainment and an official Adidas British & Irish Lions and England Rugby Travel polo shirt.
The packages are available in limited numbers for each of the test matches in Durban (Saturday 20 June), Pretoria (Saturday 27 June) and Johannesburg (Saturday 4 July) at £319 per match. Fans can also buy a 'three test match' option for £899.
The new packages are available on a first come first served basis. There is also limited availability on England Rugby Travel's other packages, including 'flight and ticket' options from £1,599 per person and all inclusive options from £2,379 per person.
The range of all inclusive travel packages include two test match options (packages titled Nyala, Gemsbock and Sable), three test match options (packages titled Caracal and Impala) and longer options including the Klipspringer tour for all 38 nights.
Visit https://www.englandrugbytravel.com/tournament-8.htm or call 0870 120 1111 for more information. Gloucester Rugby season ticket holders receive discounts on all packages. Simply enter your membership number in the online booking form in the ERSC discount box.
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