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Support Manu Samoa 7’s at the IRB Wellington Hertz 7’s 2014

14 August 2013

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Support Manu Samoa 7’s at the IRB Wellington Hertz 7’s 2014

Due to the very high demand for 7s tickets, the Samoa High Commission in association with the Wellington Rugby Football Union, have again secured the same deal (as last year) for up to 500 tickets for Manu Samoa 7’s supporters to purchase prior to tickets being released to the general public.

The IRB Wellington Hertz 7s will be held on 7 and 8 February 2014 and will again see our strong Samoan supporters grouped together in the north-eastern zone of the stadium. This is sure to provide another fantastic atmosphere for our fans and will help support the Manu Samoa 7’s team on their path to securing this exciting leg of their campaign.

Tickets for the two day tournament are priced at $209 (total for both days) and are currently being sold by the Samoa High Commission until Monday 16 September 2013. This is the same price that the tickets will be sold for when they on line on Tuesday 24 September. The tickets (including seat numbers) will be sold on a ‘first come first served’ basis.

Special conditions:

Please note that tickets cannot be offered, resold or transferred at a value greater than the face value of the ticket, or used for any commercial purpose (i.e. used as a sales incentive for a commercial entity) without prior written approval from the Samoa High Commission.

[Details: http://www.samoabusinessnetwork.com/2013/08/15/500-tickets-exclusively-secured-for-samoa-7s-supporters/]

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