Supporters have been rushing to buy their tickets for Scotland's opening home match in the RBS 6 Nations Championship - against Wales at Murrayfield on Saturday 10 February (kick-off 3.30pm).
The last tranche of tickets for public sale was released on schedule at 9am today and by early afternoon nearly 7,000 tickets had been purchased. Only a few thousand tickets now remain for the Welsh game and are selling fast.
Today's sale was part of Scottish Rugby's plan to make tickets for outstanding international sport available to the wider Scottish community - in addition to the usual provision to rugby club members, debenture holders and sponsors.
The tickets are priced at £30, £45 and £60 for adults and £15, £22.50 and £30 for children. They can be bought in person (maximum of four per customer) at the Scottish Rugby Ticket Centre, Roseburn Street, Murrayfield; via our website, www.scottishrugby.org; or through the credit card hotline on 0131 346 5100. Please note a booking fee applies for credit card transactions and that the Ticket Centre is open from 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.
Tickets are also currently on sale for Scotland's second home match in the championship - against Italy at Murrayfield on Saturday 24 February (kick-off 3pm).
They are priced at £20, £30 and £40 for adults and £10, £15 and £20 for students and under-18s and are available via the same methods as for the Welsh game.