Rugby World Cup Tickets 2011 Sales Strong – But Be In Early Say Experts

RugbyWorldCup2011Tickets – Rugby and law go together in some parts of the world like crackers and cheese. And the 2011 Rugby World Cup is set to attract a significant number of lawyers and other visitors to New Zealand, where the 2011 rugby world cup is to be staged.

RugbyWorldCup2011Tickets reports that those seeking to get their tickets to the New Zealand sports spectacle should do so early and the ticket sales are already well ahead of forecasts, according to some reports.

Last month, New Zealand Prime Minister John Key launched the World Cup ticketing campaign in Auckland, with Sports Minister Murray McCully.

As John Key said: “The advice I’ve had from the tourism industry is that they’ve upgraded their expectations for overseas visitors from 70,000 or 75,000 to 85,000, and I don’t think you can rule out the numbers being higher than that,” he said at his post-cabinet press conference yesterday.

The advice, as indicated by RugbyWorldCup2011Tickets is to get your tickets – or at least make your plans – now.

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