Still thinking about heading north to Edinburgh this weekend to support Ryan Jones' team as they launch the defence of their RBS 6 Nations title? There are still a small number of tickets available on public sale as Murrayfield reaches its 67,000 capacity.
The Scottish Rugby Union has around 2,700 tickets left for Sunday's game and they can be bought in the following way:
- online at www.scottishrugby.org
- through the 24-hour hotline 0871 200 1511
- in person from the Scottish Rugby Ticket Centre at Murrayfield Stadium.
Opening hours at the Ticket Office this week are from 9am-8pm Monday to Friday and from 9am to 4pm on Saturday. The final cut-off for ticket sales (via all other routes) is 5pm on Saturday. No tickets will be on sale on match day.
Tickets cost either £45 or £60 for adults (the £30 tickets have now sold out) and either £22.50 or £30 for under-18s (the £15 concession has now sold out). Please note a booking fee applies to all card transactions.
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