All remaining tickets for Rugby World Cup 2015 will go back on sale in November
A total of 950,000 Rugby World Cup 2015 tickets were sold in the September 2014 general sale, with record levels of demand for tickets for pool and knock-out stage matches.
Tickets were on general sale from September 12 & 29, and England Rugby 2015 received applications for more than 5 million tickets, leading to demand exceeding supply at every price category for 23 of the 48 matches.
Ballots were run for matches and price points where demand for tickets exceeded supply, and ballots were held for at least one price point in every one of the 48 matches.
Rugby fans who did not receive tickets in the ballots will receive priority when tickets go back on sale by the end of November. Full details of the November sale, including the dates, will be announced shortly.
Demand for tickets was highest for England v Australia, England v Wales, New Zealand v Argentina and Australia v Wales in the pool stages, and for both semi-finals and the Final.
In addition to the general sale, fans can also purchase ticket-inclusive tour packages through RWC 2015 Official Travel Agents and Official Hospitality at each match venue. Click on the Hospitality and Supporters Tour tabs at the top of the page for more information.
Fans should only buy tickets from official sources. You can use the checker in the right hand column of this page to verify whether your RWC 2015 ticket source is official.