Closing Date For Entry Into RWC2015 Ballot Next Tuesday
22 May 2014 10:25am
By Dave Swanton
Due to Ticketmaster website issues the RWC2015 ballot has been extended until Tuesday 27th May
Season ticket holders may have already received an email regarding their RWC 'wish list' and should follow instructions on this email.
Sale Sharks have conducted a full audit on supporter applications for tickets and we have a few remaining places within our allocation remaining. With this in mind, we have decided to extend the Season Ticket early bird discount buying period until May 27th, thus allowing supporters to join in the ballot and have a chance of being allocated the opportunity to buy tickets for Rugby World Cup games.
To find out more about season tickets please call 08444 994 994. You can also request a call back by emailing your name and phone number to email@example.com.
If you have bought a season ticket or have a three year ticket you should have filled in a form http://www.salesharks.com/news/2551.php .If you haven't filled in a form please complete one and get it back to the club asap. For membership number either insert the number issued to you or insert your surname. All applications are being audited before we send them to RWC2015.
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