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All Blacks Tours Exclusive NZ Agent for Rugby World Cup 2019

All Blacks Tours appointed exclusive New Zealand travel agent forRugby World Cup 2019™, Japan


All Blacks Tours has been announced by World Rugby as New Zealand’s exclusive Official Travel Agent for Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan.

The appointment comes after thesuccess of the 2015 tournament, where All Blacks Toursassisted more than 4,000 Kiwistotravel to the UK to see the All Blacks make history and win back-to-back Rugby World Cup titles.

All Blacks Tours General Manager, David Caldwell, expects Japan to be an even bigger drawcard for All Blacks fans of all ages.“This is the first time the Rugby World Cup has been held in Asia, or anywhere outside the top tier nations for that matter.

“RWC2019also provides the perfect opportunityfor rugby fansto enjoy Japan’sunique cultureand all of the greatexperiences the country offers.”

Official travel packages will go on sale through All Blacks Tours early 2018.To secure an official travel package including match tickets,New Zealand fanscan now register to ‘Play Advantage’ with a $200 refundable depositto receive priority accessto a two-week pre-sale window.

All Blacks Tours will also offer flexible payment options when the full package details are released in early 2018, so people can pay off their trip in manageable installments.

“Whether you’rean All Blacksfan wanting to follow the team as they compete to win a fourth Rugby World Cup, or you’ve just always wanted to visit Japan, now’s the time to jump on board. It’s going to be an awesome experience,” says Caldwell.

To be #JapanBound and guarantee your place at RWC 2019, visit https://www.allblackstours.com


ENDS


About All Blacks Tours

All Blacks Tours is a dedicated travel company exclusively appointed by the New Zealand Rugby Union to manage official All Blacks supporters travel. We offer fans a great range of supporter and corporate tour options, with packages available for all of the All Blacks annual events and international fixtures including the Steinlager Series, the Investec Rugby Championship, the Bledisloe Cup, and the End of Year Tour. Supporters can book travel packages online atwww.allblackstours.com, as well as accommodation, travel and official match tickets. Fans can also benefit from access to unique tour events and merchandise.


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