Sunday 25 June 2017

Huge demand for European tickets

With the current ten-year ticket plan set to expire shortly Munster are constantly looking at ways to improve their offers. Stock image
With the current ten-year ticket plan set to expire shortly Munster are constantly looking at ways to improve their offers. Stock image

Daragh Small

Munster head of commercial and marketing Enda Lynch says season ticket holders will always be given preference for the Champions Cup quarter-final against Toulouse.

Rassie Erasmus' side face the four-time European Cup winners at Thomond Park on April 1 in their last-eight tie, and although the season ticket holders and sponsors are given preference Lynch says any tickets left over will be put back on sale for the loyal Munster fans.

"We would love to have everybody who has come to a game this season attend the quarter-final," said Lynch.

"The reality is that we have to look after those who have bought season tickets, supporters' club memberships, our clubs, ten-year ticket holders, our sponsors and those who are contracted to ticket allocations.

"And we also have to remember that Toulouse as the opposition team are entitled to a quarter of the tickets in the stadium.

"If tickets comes back from Toulouse or any of the other people who are entitled to tickets, we will then look to distribute them to other long-term season-ticket holders and people attending games."

With the current ten-year ticket plan set to expire shortly Munster are constantly looking at ways to improve their offers.

"Over the past couple of months we have been engaging with our ten-year ticket holders whose existing tickets expire in 2018. We have been listening to their feedback and taking on-going research," said Lynch.

"We will be announcing renewal dates in the coming weeks, along with additional benefits which we are exploring based on the feedback from our ten-year ticket holders."

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