Ticket prices, on-sale dates released for USA Eagles' match against New Zealand All Blacks in Chicago

Ticket prices, on-sale dates released for USA Eagles' match against New Zealand All Blacks in Chicago

BOULDER, Colo. – Ticket pricing information for the June 16 on-sale date for the USA Eagles’ match against the New Zealand All Blacks, sponsored by AIG, at Soldier Field in Chicago, Ill., Nov. 1, has been announced.

Tickets start at $30 and range in price across eight tiers. The Ticketmaster link will go live at 10:00 A.M. CT June 16.

MasterCard will offer cardholders a unique chance to purchase tickets starting June 14, two days before tickets are made available to the general public.

Visit USAvAllBlacks.com for ticket links >>

Fans who registered for exclusive pre-sale opportunities on the USAvAllBlacks.com website will be able to choose tickets for the game in the 61,500-seat stadium June 13. Registrants will receive email confirmation from USA Rugby regarding the pre-sale process prior to June 13.

“The opportunity to see the All Blacks’ brand of rugby here in the States cannot be missed,” USA Rugby Chief Executive Officer Nigel Melville said. “We’ve given fans of both teams and rugby in general a reason to make the trip to Chicago with fair-priced tickets and we are expecting a sell-out crowd at Soldier Field.”

The All Blacks will visit the United States for an international match for the first time since 1980. The Eagles have only met the two-time and reigning IRB Rugby World Cup champions three times since their inception over 100 years ago.

Travel packages for fans will be announced soon, as well as accommodation information and ancillary events surrounding the historic test match.

NBC will provide live broadcast coverage of the match in Chicago, which kicks off at 3:00 P.M. CT Nov. 1. The Legacy Agency is the exclusive worldwide commercial agent for the match.

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  • Guest - Scott

    November 1 in Chicago? Guess the warmer climates are all booked up.

  • Guest - RugbyDUck

    In reply to: Guest - Scott

    You really think anyone here gives a s*** about the weather? It's the ALL BLACKS!!! What more do you want? The Rugby World Cup handed to you on a silver platter? This is rugby. Not a weekend with the Kardashian broads.

  • Guest - Piggy

    In reply to: Guest - RugbyDUck

    No matter what the conditions are, I will be their with an American friend for his 1st Rugby game, he will love our sport, a real mans game. he took me to my first Grid Iron game !. The cost to be in is so small compared to the adrenaline rush of the live Haka and the game!!! Its the ALL BLACKS!!!

  • Guest - Teine Samoa

    In reply to: Guest - Scott

    It's my Birthday!!!!


  • Guest - Lock

    In reply to: Guest - Scott

    Think of the cold weather as a home-field advantage.

  • Guest - American1776

    In reply to: Guest - Scott

    This game will humiliate the Eagles and is going to expose any American new to rugby watching the match just how terrible we are. Our nation's team can't even execute the basics. RugbyDuck nobody is asking for the world cup on a silver platter please don't sound so delusional. Right now as a supporter of USA Rugby we are desperate for legitimate growth for players and fans. The All Blacks will turn away viewers realizing we are garbage.

  • Guest - Freddie

    In reply to: Guest - American1776

    What a loser comment. Showing Americans how real rugby can be played is a whole lot better than not showing them at all. You sound like one of those "modern" folks who want to make every child a winner, instead of encouraging them to strive for higher levels. Show them what CAN be done and they'll try harder.

  • Guest - American1776

    In reply to: Guest - Freddie

    Thanks for comparing the USA Rugby team to children Freddie. Point Proven. Sorry your child is a loser.

  • Guest - RugbyDUck

    In reply to: Guest - American1776

    I've said it before. I'll say it again: No one here gives a s*** about your whining, bitching and sarcastic attitude. We may not be the best team in the world BUT at least we're not afraid to step on the pitch and give it our all! You want rugby to get better in America? Get your @$$ outside and start helping everyone else grow the game . . . unless you're one of the many (stereotypical) lazy Americans who prefer everything be handed to them? Signed, an American rugger (of both codes)

  • Guest - Muse

    $30 dollars to see the all-blacks is a steal! Go for it, americans! I would, if I could!

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