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Aviva Premiership Franklin’s Gardens semi-final tickets going on general sale


Tickets for the Saints’ Aviva Premiership semi-final are going on general sale at 12noon today (Wednesday, May 13th).

Tickets will be available in areas that are not currently reserved for Season Ticket Holders, with prices starting from £25 for juniors and concessions and £37 for adults.

The semi-final is being played at Franklin’s Gardens on Saturday, May 23rd. The kick off time will be confirmed by Premiership Rugby once the Round 22 fixtures have been completed and the semi-final opponents known.

Already well over 7,000 tickets have been sold for the game, and demand is expected to be high, not least because every ticket has been sold for every game played at Franklin’s Gardens this season.

Tickets can be booked online or in person at the Saints Ticket Office during opening hours (12-5, Mon-Weds; 12-7, Thurs; 9-5 Fri; 9-12 Sat).

No Season Ticket Holders seats will be released for general sale until the Saints Ticket Office customer service team has dealt with all the specific queries and issues that have been received. Any correspondence to the Saints Ticket Office should be emailed to and include the full name(s), customer number(s) and barcode number(s) of all relevant Season Ticket Holders, together with a daytime telephone contact number.

Hospitality packages remain available; email for full details!

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