Less than 2,000 tickets for Napier; extra seats added to Wellington
There are just two 2014 home Tests remaining for the All Blacks, and Los Pumas visit to McLean Park has less than 2,000 tickets remaining.
Staged on September 6 in what is the third round of The Investec Rugby Championship, Argentina promises to provide strong opposition after many felt they were a touch unlucky to concede a 12 point lead to the Springboks with 20 minutes to play over the weekend.
See the trophies at McLean Park today! 3:30pm to 5:30pm Be in to win a family pass to the 6 Sep game v Los Pumas! pic.twitter.com/ZhaIzNnhsf— All Blacks (@AllBlacks) August 26, 2014
South Africa would win 33-31.
The Napier clash is the first All Blacks match there since playing Samoa in 1996, while it also marks the first international at McLean Park since Rugby World Cup 2011 (with France, Canada and Japan playing at the ground).
The following weekend South Africa returns to the capital for the first time since 2011.
In two weeks time the All Blacks will be playing on McLean Park.......... Excited. Have you got your tickets? We still have some left— HB Magpies (@hbmagpies) August 22, 2014
The demand for seating at Westpac Stadium has resulted in 1,152 extra seats being installed for the Wellington test match, situated on the eastern side.
These special tickets have a restricted category and are priced: adults $129, children $60.
Have you got your tickets?