13 Jul Scotland racing towards second sell-out this autumn
The Scotland team is on course to play in front of two sell-out Autumn Tests crowds for the first time in history.
Last week the New Zealand game sold out, becoming the fastest-selling autumn test ever, and now tickets for the game against Australia the following week (Saturday 25 November, kick-off 2.30pm) are down to single seats only.
However, many of these single seats are so close together they still can be bought as pairs (see example below).
This requires an “Adobe Flash” enabled device and we recommend you use either a desktop or a laptop with an up-to-date internet browser (Apple devices do not normally support Adobe Flash).
This way, you will be able to see all the available seats in each of the yellow sections around the stadium (all the red areas have sold out).
If you are using a phone, tablet or apple device, you can use the best available option and select one seat at a time. If you have any difficulties, please call the Ticket Centre on 0131 346 5160 (Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm).
It’s possible there could be a further limited release of tickets in October following the booking deadlines of various stake-holders (e.g. rugby clubs) although Scottish Rugby cannot guarantee this. Supporters can join a Waiting List now to ensure receiving details of any further sale.
Don’t forget, too, that the opening game – Scotland v Samoa on Saturday 11 November – is Gregor Townsend’s first home game in charge and boasts a great “Kids for £1” offer, where U12s can come along for £1 when accompanied by an adult buying a Bronze/Silver ticket (£15)!