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- 9. Final Rugby World Cup 2011 Tickets Up For Grabs
Final Rugby World Cup 2011 Tickets Up For Grabs. With 283 days left to go until Rugby World Cup 2011, tickets for the world’s biggest rugby event are about to go on general sale. From 9am in New Zealand tomorrow (1 December 2010), rugby fans will be able to swoop in on the remainder of the prized match tickets on a first come, first served basis.
- 10. Rugby Fans Urged Not to Buy RWC 2015 Tickets from Unofficial Sources
With record demand for Rugby World Cup 2015 tickets, fans are being urged to only purchase tickets from the four available official options to guarantee a place at rugby’s showcase event. Tournament owners Rugby World Cup Limited (RWCL) and tournament organisers England Rugby 2015, are warning fans that they risk being misled or let down if they purchase tickets, supporter tours, h
- 11. Tickets for Asian Games Now On Sale
Tickets for Asian Games Now On Sale. The 16th Asian Games, part of the worldwide Olympic movement and governed by the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) today put more than 200,000 tickets on sale. The tickets are for 69 matches of 13 disciplines, whose schedules have been confirmed, including Table Tennis, Badminton, Athletics, Cycling (BMX), Roller Sports, Triathlon, Judo, Wrestling,
- 12. ITB Berlin 2010 Tickets
ITB Berlin 2010 Tickets. Anyone attending ITB Berlin on the public days, Saturday and Sunday, 13 and 14 March 2010, can obtain their tickets from the comfort of their own homes and at a reduced rate by booking online. Online tickets cost 12 euros compared with the usual price of 14 euros.
- 13. Australia’s Air Tickets Implements Travelport Net Fare Manager
Air Tickets has implemented Travelport Net Fare Manager. Air Tickets sells airfares on behalf of more than 100 international airlines to 2,500 travel agencies in Australia. Air Tickets is part of the Jetset Travelworld Group (JTG).
- 14. 87% of All Tickets at Asian Games to Range from $1.50 to $58
87% of All Tickets at Asian Games to Range from $1.50 to $58. The 16th Asian Games, part of the worldwide Olympic movement and governed by the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) has announced that two million tickets will be available for worldwide sales and 87% of all tickets for the 2010 Games will range from just $1.50 to $58. Ticket prices for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies rang
- 15. China Airlines Offering 25% Off High-Speed Rail Tickets
China Airlines Offering 25% Off High-Speed Rail Tickets. China Airlines passengers (with the exception of those flying from Japan) who purchase Taiwan High-Speed Rail (HSR) tickets together with their flight tickets can now enjoy a 25% discount, providing even more savings than the previous 15% discount. Passengers taking advantage of these additional savings will also not be subje
- 16. Over 2 Million Asian Games Tickets to Go On Sale in October
Over 2 Million Asian Games Tickets to Go On Sale in October. More than two million tickets for the 16th Asian Games, part of the worldwide Olympic movement and governed by the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA), will go on sale to the public in early October. The tickets, priced between 10 yuan and 400 yuan, or 88 yuan on average, are for the 42 sports that will be featured in the Games
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