With the Rugby World Cup less then three months away, Ireland get ready to take on Italy and England at the Aviva Stadium in August. The IRFU have released their ticket prices for both games and people aren’t happy with what their looking for, scandalous amount of money, at a time when there is a cost of living crisis going on in the country.
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The tickets for the URC final were €4 & pints in 🇿🇦 €2, cheaper to go to that then head up to Dublin. Ye should be trying to fill up the stadium and give the team a good send off. Not rip people off, I wouldn't even call these games a test match, they're 'friendlies'
— Nev O'Donoghue (@Nev307) June 14, 2023
“Lads, that pricing is absolutely outrageous. Do better. Two tickets for the England, travel up and down, bite to eat and a couple of pints is pushing 700 quid for a, let’s be honest, a meaningless game.”
“Ah lads, we love ya! We understand there’s no such thing as a free lunch….. but those prices continue to price most of us out of the stadium. It’s getting a bit silly”
Are just some of the comments underneath the IRFU’s pricing, maybe they should rethink it..