Now that fixture details have been released for the Tour in 2025 you may have questions about the tickets and your membership. Please see below for more details.
When do tickets go on sale?
Our travel experts are currently in Australia putting the final touches to our ticket-inclusive travel experiences. A launch date has yet to be confirmed but we anticipate it will be in the first few months of 2024. If, in addition to your membership, you’d like to secure your Priority Access to our range of travel packages before they become available to the general public, sign up here. Priority Access Passes are fully refundable if you change your mind or are successful in winning tickets in the membership ballot.
Will there be a ballot?
Yes, there will be a ticket ballot for each of the three Test Matches in Australia. There will be three ballots, with the first run in January 2024, the second in July 2024, and the final ballot in January 2025. To be eligible for the ballot, you must be a member of the Lions Rugby Club. If you joined the Club in the first launch phase (pre-February 2023), you will be entered into the ballot as a ‘Founder Member’, which provides 3 ballot entries, plus a bonus entry into the final ballot if you are not successful in either of the first ballots. Lions Rugby Club Plus members will receive an allocation of a pair of tickets to one Test match. Allocations for Plus members will be determined in July 2024. To find out more, or to join the Lions Rugby Club, you can click here.
Who are the official travel agents?
The most rewarding, safest and immersive way to be part of the Lions is with our official travel company. Every detail is taken care of from the moment you make contact, and our advice is simple: book officially with us for the defining Lions Tour experience. The Lions may decide to appoint sub agents in the future but as yet there are no details on who these may be or when they may go on sale.