I now have details for applying for tickets for the 2023 Men’s Guinness Six Nations AWAY games against England (Twickenham – Saturday 4th February at 4:45 pm), and France (Stade de France – Sunday 26th February at 3:00 pm GMT).
Tickets for the England game are priced at £185, £138, £112 or £86. The most expensive and cheapest of those are noted as having “very limited availability“.
Tickets for the France game are priced at £99, £73 or £51.
In a change from last year, the away game allocations will be online via the Scottish Rugby Ticket Portal in the same way that the tickets for Home games are processed. If you do not already have an account in that system, please head there now and set one up.
If you would like to request tickets for either or both of these games then please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org detailing your first name, surname and email address exactly as they are registered with the SRU Ticket system as those are the vital pieces of information that will eventually connect you to your tickets. Please indicate how many tickets you want, for which game and at which price break. You will receive an acknowledgement from me when I have noted your request. If you don’t get that acknowledgement, please contact me directly via other means to make sure that all is well.
Requests for tickets must be with me no later than 10th October.
Please note that this is an application for tickets, not an order. In the past, we have always got the tickets that we have requested but there is no guarantee of that. In the event of us being short on our allocation, I will work on a first-in-the-queue basis.
Finally, there are no concession prices available for either of these games. All tickets will be charged at adult price.
As was the case with the Autumn internationals and the Six Nations Home games, there is no need to send money with your order. If you are lucky enough to get tickets, once they are allocated to your account you will get a confirmation from the ticket system at which point you will need to go and pay for them directly on the SRU site.
If you have any questions, please just ask.