First batch of Perth Origin tickets sell out
For the first time since 1987, State of Origin will be played outside the eastern states with 32,000 tickets already sold.
Perth is set to host game two of next years Origin with the first batch of tickets that went on sale a week ago selling out.
The NRL has released a second round of tickets, which also includes restricted view category seating from $35.
“Due to the high demand we have decided to schedule a second release of tickets which includes restricted view seating, alongside normal general public tickets,” NRL Chief Commercial Officer, Andrew Abdo said.
“Once again I’d encourage all of our supporters to get in early and secure this opportunity of seeing State of Origin for the first time in Perth.”
General Public adult tickets are available from $48 while family tickets are available from $140.
Holden State of Origin II in 2019 is proudly supported by the Western Australian Government via Tourism WA.
Supporters are also encouraged to only purchase tickets from official sellers, rather than unauthorised sellers including Viagogo.
“The only way to guarantee that you are able to attend is to purchase from the official sellers,” Mr Abdo said.