It’s the height of summer but our minds need to turn back to rugby and the Autumn internationals, now known as the Old Mutual Wealth Series
There are 5 games in the series, 4 involving England and tickets for all these games are available for paid up members, sponsors and vice presidents of CRFC.
If you wish to apply for tickets then please fill out the attached form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for receipt of applications is Friday 5 August 2016. I anticipate being able to confirm allocations towards the end of August and will request prompt payment at that time. The club is due to pay for the allocation in mid-September and needs to be in funds to do so.
Please note that you will get those tickets you apply for except for the games against South Africa and Australia (where you may still get what you ask for but demand is expected to be higher) so please do not over order. If you order tickets then you are committing to purchase them.
As in previous years, allocations will only be made to principle sponsors, paid up members or vice presidents (those who have paid for the 2016/2017 season – if you don't qualify (and we will check) but would like to then please let us know and we’ll get a form to you. Becoming a qualifying applicant doesn’t mean you’ll get tickets but if you don't, you won’t – if you know what we mean.
In allocating tickets where demand exceeds supply regard will be had to contributions, in whatever form, to the club. An administration fee of £4.00 per ticket will be added to the cost of allocated tickets.
Those of you who have been involved with this before will note that the RFU has made this markedly more complicated – for the games that are not expected to be as popular you can buy adult and junior tickets (A and J respectively – and where junior is 15 years and below) whereas for the more popular games there are no junior concessions.
Tickets are sold on the express condition that the purchaser, is responsible for ensuring that they are not sold on the black market. In the event that tickets do fall into the wrong hands the club's entire allocation may be at risk in future years and you may be held accountable for the loss arising (direct and indirect). Please note that the ticket touts will often send runners, who appear to be genuine supporters, to buy tickets.Feel free to contact email@example.com or on 07852 205114 with any questions on this.