Ireland rugby fans disappointed by $1,000 World Cup quarterfinal ticket price

Touts preying on supporters ahead of crunch match in Paris

By the weekend, black market prices for Ireland’s World Cup quarterfinal matchup against the All Blacks are anticipated to reach €1,000 per ticket.

Irish fans who are scrambling to get tickets have stated that online “trading” platforms are very busy.

Peter Breen, a spokesman for the IRFU, said: “We advise individuals looking for tickets to only use the official websites.

It is stated that tickets have been going for “€500 and change” since the beginning of the week.

It comes after the IRFU warned supporters to watch out for scams.

“Criminals who may not even have a ticket are out there attemptin

Prior to the crucial match, the New Zealand media has been agitating the situation.

The New Zealand Herald reported: “The label on the All Blacks quarter-final opponents states Ireland, but it would be more accurate – particularly under European Union standards that may be picky about the source of consumer goods – if it said ‘manufactured and finished in Ireland’.

“The Southern Hemisphere produced a third of Ireland’s preferred starting lineup for the impending quarterfinal.

g to steal credit card data and other personal information. They are not the only ones out there who are openly taking advantage of the costs.

“Anyone trying to buy a ticket for the New Zealand game this Saturday or any other games we might play in the near future, like a semifinal, third-place game, or championship, needs to log on and register for a ticket through those official channels,” the statement reads.

Bundee Aki, James Lowe, and Jamison Gibson-Park are three of them; Josh van der Flier is in South Africa, Mack Hansen is in Australia.

Ireland “probably wouldn’t be sitting on a 17-match unbeaten run and flying high as the number one team in the world without the influence of these players.”

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