Three months after the closure of the official ticket office for the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France, the official resale of tickets will open this Tuesday at 6 p.m., relays Actu Rugby.

This is the only official and secure way to resell and collect tickets for the event which will take place from October 8 to 28.

In total, 40,000 places will be put back on sale this Tuesday, specifies Le Parisien.

To hope to get your sesame on this last occasion, you have to go to

Since January 12, supporters wishing to resell their tickets obtained in 2021 or 2022 can offer their tickets on this platform.

They will be resold at their original purchase price, which depends on the match and seat category.

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▶️ Tickets will be available for sale up to 24 hours before the match kicks off.

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Up to 24 hours before the meeting

From this Tuesday, until the last day of the Mondial on October 28, people wishing to recover a place can then connect to the site and make their purchase via a secure, transparent and certified system.

Vacant places can be deposited up to 24 hours before each game.

The total basket per buyer cannot exceed six tickets.

An increase of 10% of the total amount of the order will be applied due to management and security costs.

It will also be possible to add a donation to this amount.

Fight against the black market

Once the resale has been made, those who have released their seats will obtain a refund of their tickets at the price at which they purchased them.

The payment of the sum will be made no later than two months after the transaction.

Only six tickets can be sold at one time.

Tickets included in packs will be resold individually.

The objective of this official resale platform is thus to fight against the black market which creates price inflation, while being linked to many scams.

Word Rugby has also indicated that tickets purchased or resold outside the official platform will not guarantee access to the stadium.


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