Rugby World Cup final ticket prices on the rise ahead of New Zealand v Australia

Rugby World Cup final ticket prices are on the up ahead of this weekend's clash between New Zealand and Australia at Twickenham

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Rugby World Cup final ticket prices are on the move again, with tickets to New Zealand’s clash with Australia at Twickenham accelerating upwards on Viagogo.

High demand in the past few days from people in Australia and New Zealand, as well as from UK-based fans, is causing prices to rise, lifting tickets back above face value as the fever builds towards the final this weekend, data from the ticket marketplace shows.

Ticket prices had initially crashed following England’s exit and remained fairly deflated during the quarter-finals and semi-finals – but fans of all teams now appear to have shrugged off their disappointment in favour of watching the two best teams in the world go head to head at Twickenham.

Rugby fans can buy or sell tickets for Rugby World Cup 2015 on viagogo.

Rugby World Cup final: Current ticket prices

Rugby World Cup final ticket prices

Category A: From £680 to £798 (£715)
Category B: From £485 to £576 (£515)
Category C: From £440 to £505 (£315)
Category D: From £338 to £450 (£150)

Data from Viagogo shows prices on 23 October compared to current prices. Face value in brackets.

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