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Seatwave And Ticketmaster Protest Against Irish Ticket Resale Proposals

10 May 2017

According to Irish media reports, the secondary ticketing website, Seatwave and its holding company, Ticketmaster have protested against proposed legislation in Ireland that would make it illegal to r...

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Munster Engage With Fans Willing To Make Ten-Year Commitment

3 May 2017 by Dave Williams

Munster rugby aren’t short of support. The boost they received from marketing ten-year tickets back in 2008 helped to bankroll the new Thomond Park – an impressive 25k-seater close to the centre o...

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Wasps Want RL Fans At Ricoh, But Not Yet Ready For SL Franchise

4 April 2017

Premiership club Wasps have revealed they are interested in the possibility of a Super League club based in Coventry. But, club chief executive, David Armstrong told BBC Sport that they need to bring ...

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No Progress For Half-Full Super League Stadiums

29 March 2017 by Ian Field, Atomic Sport

With the 2017 Super League now underway, Atomic Sport have extended their report monitoring attendances versus capacity into rugby league. They intend to monitor and comment upon developments in the 2...

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Saracens First UK Club To Integrate 3D Mapping To Online Ticket Sales

23 March 2017

Saracens claim to have become the first sports club in the UK to integrate 3D seat mapping technology with general public ticketing online. A partnership between Saracens, the ticketing engagement pla...

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Disgruntled Debenture Holders Prepare To Sue RFU

9 March 2017

A group of 16 disgruntled debenture holders in Twickenham's East Stand are starting legal action against the RFU reports the Daily Mail this week. Their solicitor is contacting the RFU this week to pu...

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