When can I purchase my tickets to the 2013 Lions Tour?
Ticket to all nine of the British & Irish Lions matches in Australia in 2013 will go on-sale to the general public at 9:00am on Monday 18 February 2013.
Each match will go on-sale at 9:00am local time.
Where can I purchase my tickets?
Tickets to the 2013 Lions Tour of Australia will be sold through three different agents. Depending on which match you wish to attend will depend on which Ticket agent you need to contact.
Emirates Western Force v British & Irish Lions, Paterson Stadium, Perth – Wednesday 5 June.
Qantas Wallabies v British & Irish Lions, Etihad Stadium, Melbourne – Saturday 29 June.
Combined NSW-QLD Country v British & Irish Lions, Hunter Stadium, Newcastle – Tuesday 11 June.
St.George Qld Reds v British & Irish Lions, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane – Saturday 8 June.
HSBC Waratahs v British & Irish Lions, Allianz Stadium, Sydney – Saturday 15 June.
ACT Brumbies v British & Irish Lions, Canberra Stadium, Canberra – Tuesday 18 June.
Qantas Wallabies v British & Irish Lions, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane – Saturday 22 June.
RaboDirect Rebels v British & Irish Lions, AAMI Park, Melbourne – Tuesday 25 June.
Qantas Wallabies v British & Irish Lions, ANZ Stadium, Sydney – Saturday 6 June.
NB: As per our Terms & Conditions of Sale, tickets will only be available through these avenues for Australian Residents.
How can I purchase tickets if I am not an Australian Resident?
If you are traveling from overseas (excluding the UK & Europe) or travelling from within Australia, you will need to purchase your tickets through the Official Travel Agent, We Love Rugby. Information on their packages can be found at www.weloverugby.com. Packages are currently available for purchase.
If you are travelling from the UK and Europe, you will need to purchase your tickets through the Official Travel Agent, Lions Rugby Travel. Information on their packages can be found at www.lionstour.com. Packages are currently available for purchase.
Please note, the abovementioned Travel Agents are the only official travel agents of the 2013 British & Irish Lions Tour. Be aware of unauthorised ticket sellers. If you purchase through an unauthorised seller, your tickets may not arrive, may not be genuine or may be cancelled.
How much will a ticket cost me?
Tickets to all three Qantas Wallabies v British & Irish Lions Test matches will start from $95 for adults, while the remaining six Tour matches will have adult entry prices from $15 to $30.
For a full list of ticket prices click here.
Is there a limit of how many tickets I can buy at any one time?
Yes, there is a limit of four (4) tickets per person for each Test match and a ticket limit of eight (8) per person for each Tour match.
Will Group Bookings be available for any of the matches?
Those wishing to purchase above the ticket limit of eight per person for the Tour matches will be able to request a Group Booking in either Silver or Bronze category through the Australian Rugby Union. This will be dependent on category and ticket availability per match.
Please note, Group Bookings for Tour matches will become available for purchase in early 2013. For further details, please continue to refer to our Group Booking here.
There are no Group Bookings available for the Test matches. If you wish to purchase above the ticket limit of four per person, you are able to purchase a Hospitality package from the Australian Rugby Union. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
I’m a member of a Super Rugby team; do I get to buy tickets before they go on sale to the general pubic?
Each Super Rugby franchise are on sale with their 2013 Membership packages (excluding the Western Force). Brumbies, Reds, Waratahs or Rebels members who purchase or renew their membership package before the deadline will be given the opportunity to also secure their ‘same seat’ for the Lions Tour match in their city.
This option is not available for Western Force members as the Tour match in Perth will be played at a different venue. Western Force members will be given a presale opportunity to the Emirates Western Force v British & Irish Lions match prior to tickets going on-sale to the general public.
Member will also be given an exclusive presale period to the Test match played in their state. For example, Waratahs members will have the opportunity to purchase tickets to the Test match at ANZ Stadium, Sydney. Tickets will be subject to availability.
NOTE: As there will be no Test match in Perth or Canberra, Force and Brumbies members will be given the opportunity to purchase tickets to the Test match at ANZ Stadium, Sydney.
I’m not a member of an Australian Super Rugby team but I don’t want to miss out on getting tickets, what can I do?
There are a number of ways you can ensure you get a chance to secure your tickets before they go on-sale to the general public.
You can become a Wallaby 1st Member and receive first priority access to Test match tickets. For more information on member benefits, please contact ARU Memberships Department on 1300 730 870 (option 1) or email email@example.com.
You can become a 2013 member of an Australian Super Rugby team to purchase Tour match tickets and receive a presale opportunity for the Test matches. For information on how to become a member, please contact the Memberships Department of your team:
Finally, if you are not already a member of our Rugby Community, you can also sign up to MyRugby to receive information on any presale opportunities, the latest news and more.
To sign up or to update your MyRugby details, visit www.rugby.com.au and follow the links to the MyRugby Sign Up page. Ensure you select to receive the ‘ARU – Advance Ticketing Offers’ emails and your email address is valid.
Where can I find the Tour schedule?
The entire 2013 British & Irish Lions schedule can be found here.
Can I use tickets that I purchase for advertising, promotion or fundraising purposes?
No. British & Irish Lions Tour tickets cannot be used in any advertising, promotional or other commercial purposes (including competitions, raffles, auctions or as a prize). Nor can tickets be used as part of any unauthorised hospitality or travel packages.
Please see below our full Terms & Conditions of Sale:
Sale of this ticket creates a contract between the ARU and the purchaser which gives the purchaser a transferable but conditional licence for admission to the specified match. The licence will automatically terminate if the purchaser or any subsequent transferee:
(a) resells this ticket at a premium;
(b) resells this ticket through a broker or agent;
(c) advertises or offers this ticket for resale on the internet or in any other medium; or,
(d) uses this ticket for advertising, promotion or other commercial purpose (including competitions or trade promotions) or to enhance the demand for other goods or services, without the prior, written permission of the ARU. The ARU has the right to deny admission if the licence has terminated.