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· Tickets start from low as R75 in PE to watch Springboks at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium

· Cheapest tickets in Cape Town and Johannesburg only R100

· Boks tackle Ireland in South Africa for the first time since 2004

From only R75 in Port Elizabeth and R100 in Cape Town and Johannesburg respectively, Springbok fans will be able to book their seat to watch the men in Green and Gold in action against Ireland next month. Tickets for the Castle Lager Incoming Series Test Series in June have already opened in Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth, while sales in Cape Town is due to open at midday on Thursday, 12 May.The Springboks will be up against a strong Irish team that has won two of the last three RBS Six Nations titles under coach Joe Schmidt. The Springboks will kick off a new era under recently appointed Bok coach Allister Coetzee, on 11 June at DHL Newlands in Cape Town.

The second Test will be played at Emirates Airline Park in Johannesburg a week later on 18 June, with the final match scheduled for the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth on 25 June. It will be Ireland’s first visit to South Africa in 12 years.

And to add to the occasion, the South Africans will play in their change strip of white and green as a courtesy to the Irish team, who plays in an emerald green jersey.

SA Rugby CEO, Jurie Roux, urged rugby fans to move fast to secure their tickets to watch the Springboks in action.

“From as little as R75 to R100, rugby fans will be able to see the Springboks in action against a very good Ireland side,” said Roux.

“The Springboks represent the very best South African rugby has to offer. It is the beginning of an exciting new era for the team under the guidance of Allister Coetzee and I know Bok fans are excited to see their team in action on home turf again.”

Ticket information

First Test: Saturday, 11 June at 17h00, DHL Newlands, Cape Town

Ticket prices: (sales to open at 12h00 on Thursday, 12 May):

Category 1: R595; Category 2: R575; Category 3: R545; Category 4: R395; Category 5: R295; Category 6: R100.

Tickets are available from the Computicket website and outlets nationwide,, and

The stadium box office will open for sales at 09h00 on Tuesday, 7 June, should tickets still be available.

Second Test: Saturday, 18 June at 17h00, Emirates Airline Park, Johannesburg

Ticket prices (sales now open):

North and East Stand (upper tier): R100

North and East Stand: R250

East Upper, North and South Lower Stands: R400

West (Main) Stand: R600

Available at the ticket office at Emirates Airline Park.

Third Test: Saturday, 25 June at 17h00, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth

Ticket prices (sales now open):

Lower Tier: West Stand R500, East Stand R400, North and East Stand R275

Upper Tier (level 5 and 6): West Stand R200, East Stand R200, North and South Stand R75.

Hospitality tickets are available on request.

Tickets can be purchased at participating Postnet, Edcon and Caltex outlets, as well as at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium Ticket Office in Prince Alfred Road. Fans can also book their tickets online though

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