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10th May 2024

GAA launch new ticket scheme that will save fans plenty of cash

Callum Boyle

GAA ticket scheme

Just in time for the All-Ireland’s

GAA fans can rejoice after the association launched their brand-new ticket scheme that is set to save supporters plenty of cash.

As the final two provincial football finals take place this weekend, attention will then turn to the big one as the All-Ireland senior championships commence.

This weekend the Tailteann Cup will begin and fans wishing to go to this, the All-Ireland, or both, will have the opportunity to do so at a reduced price.

The GAA have announced a new three-for-two ticket scheme that will also be eligible for the Sam Maguire Cup.

How does the scheme work?

Individual tickets will remain €25 on Ticketmaster however a new three-match package will be offered, with fans being able to save €25.

If your county is playing in the All-Ireland SFC, you would be able to pay €50 for the three group stage matches as oppose to €75.

An individual juvenile ticket costs €5 while the juvenile fee for a three-match package is €15.

Prices for the Tailteann Cup will be even cheaper, costing €15 for an individual ticket and €30 for the three-for-two offer (€45 without).

GAA respond in positive light

News of the subsidised ticket fees will be welcome news to supporters after recent complains about the rising cost of tickets to football and hurling matches.

All information about the new ticket scheme can be found through the Ticketmaster website.

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