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Tickets v Montpellier

Postby Alex_MHR34 » November 24th, 2016, 1:07 pm

Hi everyone.

I'm booking my Irish trip in January and I notice that I can already buy my ticket for the match Leinster v Montpellier.

Unfortunately, I don't understand how your stadium is actually working. I read that the 2 areas behind the goal are unreserved. Does it means that I won't have a seat number and the earlier I come, the best seat I can take ? Or wherever I'll be in the RDS, i'll get a seat ?

Hope I made my topic understandable and somebody would be able to help me.

Thanks anyway 8)
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Re: Tickets v Montpellier

Postby Dave Cahill » November 24th, 2016, 1:13 pm

Alex_MHR34 wrote:Hi everyone.

I'm booking my Irish trip in January and I notice that I can already buy my ticket for the match Leinster v Montpellier.

Unfortunately, I don't understand how your stadium is actually working. I read that the 2 areas behind the goal are unreserved. Does it means that I won't have a seat number and the earlier I come, the best seat I can take ? Or wherever I'll be in the RDS, i'll get a seat ?

Hope I made my topic understandable and somebody would be able to help me.

Thanks anyway 8)


Hi Alex

You are correct, the areas behind the goal are unreserved and you can sit in any seat you find available. Any time I've been there, I like to go quite high up for the best view.

The Grandstand and the Anglesea Stand are reserved seating, so you sit in a seat with the number on your ticket (do not go for the Anglesea Stand)

I don't know if they are available or not, but terrace tickets are standing

Hope this helps
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