More than 140,000 tickets for the England 2015 Rugby World Cup are now on sale to the general public after 150,000 were sold this week to fans unsuccessful in the initial September ballot.
Tickets to 16 matches across eight venues will be sold on a first come first served basis with fans being able to utilise "real time demand indicators" which show the availability of each match.
The remaining tickets are available at a range of prices starting at £15 ($23/€19) for children and £50 ($78/€63) for adults.
Following the strong demand for tickets in September, with over 950,000 sold through the general sale, a total of 150,000 tickets for 25 matches across nine different venues went on sale on Monday (November 24).
These sold in just four days through the priority sales window.
"Following the great response to the general sale, with sales of over 950,000 2015 Rugby World Cup tickets, we were keen to ensure that fans who were unsuccessful in the ballot had access to a priority sales window and are thrilled to see sales of over 150,000 tickets in just four days," said England Rugby 2015 chief executive, Debbie Jevans.
Jevans added: "The general public will have access from today and there are still some fantastic matches, seven with child ticket prices, on sale including the opportunity to watch the reigning champions New Zealand at the Olympic Stadium, France at Twickenham Stadium, Ireland at Wembley and quarter-final three at the Millennium Stadium.
"The interest and demand across the country at all 13 match venues has been fantastic and, as we head towards 2015, we urge fans not to miss out and be part of what is shaping up to be a fantastic tournament."
Tickets are still available via the official travel - domestic and international - and hospitality programmes with official supporter tour package sales currently on track to break the record levels achieved for France 2007.
A limited number of tickets may come on sale for price categories at matches currently unavailable due to hand backs from the Rugby World Cup Limited commercial programme.
The only official resale service for fans to sell any unwanted tickets to other fans at face value will launch in spring 2015 through the 2015 Rugby World Cup ticketing website.
Remaining tickets can be purchased by clicking here.
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