Move fast: tickets have gone on general sale for Sunday’s All-Ireland senior hurling championship final.
The fifth All-Ireland final meeting of Kilkenny and Tipperary this decade is sure to be an 82,300 sell-out but a small number of tickets have been returned by clubs and are now available on the GAA website.
Croke Park has come in for criticism for increasing stand ticket prices from €80 to €90, but it appears that this may not have been a factor behind tickets going on general sale this afternoon as only a limited number of Nally End terrace tickets are available to purchase.
They are €45 each and a limit of four per customer is in place. You can get them here. They won’t last long.Tweet