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 - RugbyDUck

    In reply to: Guest - Muse

    Already am my friend! Already am!

  • Guest - RugbyMom

    My high school son plays rugby in the "spring" in Michigan; we only had one game this season that we didn't require being wrapped up in winter coats and blankets. I'll take Chicago in November over Michigan in March.

  • Guest - Ben

    Scott, if you aren't willing to watch Rugby in November 1st weather, this sport isn't for you.

  • Guest - Stoney

    Hell yes! Even $225 is a steal to see the AB's. Cheaper than any flights overseas. History in the making and I'm definitely going! Let the beer flow and the haka commence!

  • Guest - Chuck

    As it is Ticketmaster, are their fees reflected in the price of the ticket, or are those sprung on us at the time of purchase?

  • Guest - Amanda

    In reply to: Guest - Chuck

    Ticketmaster fees are included at the time of purchase.

  • Guest - Jimbo

    How many tickets can I buy at one time so we can sit all together.. there are 10 of us going..

  • Guest - RugbyDUck

    In reply to: Guest - Jimbo

    Jimbo, shoot me an email. It's my username with the number 21 at gmail. I have a friend who works at the national office. You can buy group tickets during pre-sale.

    Shoot me an email and I'll get you the info.

  • Guest - PdxI.Blocks

    OMG I am so excited to see them in the states!! The Haka & Ritchie, awesome :) next time could you guys come to Cali or the west coast?

  • Guest - RugbyDUck

    In reply to: Guest - PdxI.Blocks

    It may not be the All Blacks but this Saturday (June 14) is USA v Japan at StubHub Center in L.A. As a fellow West Coaster and SoCal native, I'm going! You should too!

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