GAA may sell All Ireland replay tickets at a discounted rate
Published 18/09/2016 | 20:17
The GAA may sell tickets for the All Ireland replay at a discounted rate.
In the past, the Association has slashed ticket prices for final replays and they will confirm a decision tomorrow. In 2014, tickets for the hurling final between Kilkenny and Tipperary were reduced from €80 to €50 for the stands and €25 from €40 for the terrace.
“The tickets will be sold through the county boards as usual,” said a GAA spokesperson before adding that it was “very unlikely” that any tickets would go on general sale.
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