2014 Group Bookings

 Group bookings for 2014 Qantas Wallabies Test season are processed in-house by the Australian Rugby Union.


The criteria for a group booking is as follows:
- All applications must include a reason for the purchase of tickets
- All group booking applications are not guaranteed until reviewed by the Australian Rugby Union for approval
- Please refer to the below table for when a group booking is required.

Tickets required for corporate entertaining will not be issued via the Group Booking process. Please direct your corporate hospitality inquiries to hospitality@rugby.com.au

Travel and ticket packages are also available for all 2014 Qantas Wallabies Test matches through licensed ARU travel agents. Alternatively you can contact your local travel agent for details. 

 

Match

Date & Venue

Categories Available

Seating

Ticket Order Form

Qantas Wallabies v Argentina

Saturday 13 September
Cbus Super Stadium

Category B
Request for bookings of eleven (11) or more tickets.

Map

Order Form



Please note that group bookings are NOT available for the following match:

  - Qantas Wallabies v New Zealand match on Saturday, 18 October at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

For more information on the 2014 Test Season ticket prices click here.

To apply for a Group Booking, please download the Ticket Order Form for the match you require, and return to:

ARU Ticketing Department
Group Bookings
Fax: 02 8005 5686
Email: ticketing@rugby.com.au

Please note:
1.  Once your application has been received by the ARU Ticketing Department, it will be presented to ARU Management for approval.
2.  If your request is successful, your payment will be processed and you will receive a confirmation email for your booking.
3.  If you are unsuccessful you will be notified via email that ARU Management have declined your request.
4.  Please also be aware that there are a limited number of tickets available for the Group Booking offer and orders are processed on a first in, first served basis. 



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