Club commission and group offer

Buy through your club – and your club benefits

Did you know that your rugby club can earn commission on Scotland match tickets and events like the Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s? Clubs receive up to 25% commission when their members buy tickets – either through the ticket secretary or individually.

Buy from your ticket secretary

Get in touch with your club’s Ticket Secretary to find out about how to order Scotland match tickets through your club.  Each club handles their ticket allocation differently and has a fixed number of tickets available per match.

Buy online

Prefer to buy tickets yourself? Simply choose your club’s name from the list below, click on the link (taking you to the Scottish Rugby online ticket centre) and make your purchase in the normal way. Your club will still be credited with commission – simple!

Download this A-Z of club links (pdf) to find the link for your club. Some clubs are not taking part, so if you can’t see your club name, contact your ticket secretary for more information.

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Group Offer

Thinking of bringing a large group of children to watch Scotland live this season? Purchasing tickets through the Group Offer is the easiest, cheapest and most enjoyable way to watch thrilling rugby in a friendly, safe environment.

Tickets for Scotland, Edinburgh Rugby and Glasgow Warriors start from as little as £5 per match, with a minimum group size of ten (eight children and two adults). What’s more, to thank and reward adult organisers for their time and effort, the first two tickets for chaperones are absolutely FREE.

Download our Group Offer Booklet (pdf) for detailed information on the prices and packages on offer this season.

Emirates Airline Rugby 7s

Our Emirates Airline Rugby 7s Group Offer provides the same outstanding value as above, alongside a travel subsidy of up to £200 for selected clubs.

Download the Rugby 7s Group Offer Booklet (pdf) for information on group tickets and our travel subsidy for rugby’s biggest party”