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CAPE TOWN – Watching the Stormers’s Super Rugby quarter-final on Saturday against the Chiefs at Newlands will leave you out of pocket.

Local rugby supporters are disappointed with the increase in ticket prices, and some will rather watch the game on television.

Ticket prices in category one for the play-off clash have increased from R140 for a regular season match to R395.

Patric Kayanje said fans should have been told that the Western Province Rugby Union were considering increasing prices for the knockout stages of the competition.

The increase will keep Ryan Davids at home.

“I am a huge fan of the Stormers, but I would rather watch the match at home with my friends and family than pay double, as I cannot afford it and don’t think it’s worth it,” he said.

WP Rugby chief executive Paul Zacks disagreed.

“No, the tickets have not increased because we were told the prices of all categories must remain the same as they were in 2016,” Zacks said.

“I could say that they actually decreased due to the inflation rate, so I would advise them (supporters) to double-check.”

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