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Kiwi Netball World Cup Tickets On Sale

Kiwi Netball World Cup Tickets On Sale
By Fleur Revell
19 May 2014
Kiwi netball fans will have the opportunity to purchase tickets to the 2015 Netball World Cup next week, now that official travel agent House of Travel has opened registration for sales for the event.

House of Travel will be selling event tickets from next week through any one of its nationwide outlets and promises a comprehensive and exclusive silver ferns connection for keen netball fans booking through its network.

CEO Mark O'Donnell, says given the close proximity to New Zealand and our renowned trans-Tasman rivalry, he expects sales to be high with a further spike in ticket purchases for the finals weekend.

O'Donnell says that due to House of Travels sponsorship of Netball New Zealand and the Silver Ferns, in addition to a number of package deals on offer, fans who buy through the agency will be offered exclusive access to Silver Fern players and entry to a number of special team functions, which may include breakfasts with key team members and exclusive fan opportunities.

"We are excited to be able to bring Kiwis closer to the action on the court and netball personalities off the court through this exciting partnership with Netball New Zealand. This is something that no other travel agent is able to sell, so combined with the great priced packages and the ease of reaching Australia from New Zealand means the Netball World Cup is even more accessible with House of Travel this time around for fans," he says.

For more information about travelling to the Netball World Cup contact your nearest House of Travel.

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