The 2015 World Rugby Pacific Nations Cup is set to kick off on July 18 for three first round matches. That first day features the United States team taking on Samoa in the main event at Avaya Stadium in San Jose, California. The Pacific Nations Cup takes place between six Pacific Rim countries to strengthen rugby competition in the second tier of rugby nations.
Fiji vs Tonga will begin the tournament at the ANZ National Stadium in Suva, Fiji, while in San Jose at Avaya Stadium a double header will be featured with Canada going up against Japan to kick things off and United States taking on Samoa. 2015 Rugby Pacific Nations Cup tickets for the double header on are going for a very affordable average price of $56.18 on the secondary market. The cheapest seat priced at $15. There are still 952 secondary market tickets still listed on TicketIQ and the tickets are currently down 14% over the past week.
The doubleheader on the opening day of the tournament on July 18 are the only two games that will be played at Avaya Stadium during the duration of the tournament and tickets for this doubleheader are among the most affordable. In fact, the secondary average price for tickets for this event in San Jose are 53% below the average price for tickets for the three Rugby games featured on July 29 at the BMO Field in Toronto. Tickets for the round 3 of the tournament at BMO Field are on average $119.70 in the secondary market, with the cheapest seat priced at $61 of 180 tickets still listed on TicketIQ.
Round 2 of play will be played at Bonney Field in Sacramento, California. a much smaller venue compared to Avaya Stadium. The Finals of the tournament will be played at the Canadian City of Burnaby at Swangard Stadium on August 3, just six weeks before the 2015 Rugby World Cup commences.