The Rugby World Cup in September/October means there are no autumn tests this year. However, as well as a Summer Test against Italy (in August) there are still classic encounters against England and France in the 2016 RBS 6 Nations Championship to look forward to!
If you buy a Scotland Season Pass you will have a guaranteed seat at all three games (Italy, England, France) and have at least one opportunity to attend a Scotland training session and meet the players. As well as that, all Scotland Season Pass holders will be given preferential access to the special Scotland “Fanzone” in Newcastle for the Rugby World Cup games against South Africa and Samoa (where, if you have a match ticket, you can soak up the atmosphere before and after the games and if you don’t have a ticket, you can watch the games on big screens.)
SCOTLAND v ITALY
Saturday 29 August 2015
SCOTLAND v ENGLAND
Saturday 6 February 2016
SCOTLAND v FRANCE
Sunday 13 March 2016
The Rugby World Cup in September/October means there are no Autumn Tests this year. Instead, there’s a great opportunity to watch Scotland play in the summer sunshine as they prepare for their four RWC Pool B games.The Scotland squad is in camp during June and July, and then in August embark on a series of four games on consecutive weekends. Only one of these Summer Tests is a home game, against Italy at BT Murrayfield on Saturday 29 August. (The play Ireland in Dublin on the 15th, Italy in Turin on the 22nd and conclude against France in Paris on 5 September.) One FREE under-12 ticket for every adult ticket purchased for this game (or 2 FREE under-12 if you are a Scotland Season Pass holder, please note this is for additional adult tickets purchased).
SCOTLAND v ENGLAND
Saturday 6 February 2016 - BT Murrayfield, 4:50pm
Scotland open their 2016 RBS 6 Nations Championship at BT Murrayfield against England. The Calcutta Cup match is the oldest fixture in international rugby and still the one everyone wants to see. This will be England’s first game after hosting the Rugby World Cup in the autumn and after being runners-up in this season’s RBS 6 Nations Championship, will be aiming to go one better. However Scotland, despite losing at Twickenham this year, played well and went into half-time leading the home side at half-time, after a fine Dougie Fife try. The Scotland players will be in equally determined mood to get their RBS 6 Nations championship off to a winning start. All in all, an explosive start to the championship!
SCOTLAND v FRANCE
Sunday 13 March 2016 - BT Murrayfield, 3pm
The French come to town on the penultimate weekend of the championship (Scotland play Ireland in Dublin on the final weekend) adding spice to what is already one of the most colourful events of the year in the city! Scotland came agonisingly close to winning the last time France came to BT Murrayfield, when a penalty from replacement scrum-half Jean-Marc Doussin with two minutes to go nudged the French into the lead after Scotland had dominated for most of the game (David Denton was named Man of the Match). Expect Edinburgh to be full of French supporters draped in the tricolour, wearing berets and singing La Marseillaise – with the occasional cockerel brought along too!
Guaranteed seat at Scotland v England
The Scotland Season Pass guarantees you a seat at all Scotland’s home games. This is especially important in a season that includes Scotland v England, as the game is so popular it’s unlikely that individual match tickets will go on general sale.
Meet the Scotland Team
Scotland Season Pass holders will be invited to at least one Scotland Team training session to watch the team train, take photos and meet the players for autographs afterwards.
Preferential access to Scotland “Fanzone” in Newcastle during Rugby World Cup
All Scotland Season Pass holders will be given preferential access to the special Scotland “Fanzone” in Newcastle for the Rugby World Cup games against South Africa and Samoa where, if you have A match ticket, you can soak up the atmosphere before and after the games and if you don’t have a ticket, you can watch the games on big screens.
Exclusive sales period for Rugby World Cup Scotland “Send-off” Dinner
A special Dinner with the Scotland squad prior to them leaving for the start of the tournament. Details are still finalised, but all Scotland Season Pass holders will have priority access to buy tickets to this unique event.
Free entry to all Scotland representative home game
These games include Scotland U20s and Scotland Women six nations championship games
For information on wheelchair and accessible seating availability please contact email@example.com
Everyone who bought a Scotland Season Pass last year has an opportunity to renew their Pass before they go on general sale. If you want to book the same seat[s] as last season, you can do this from 10am, Wednesday 22 April. Your existing Pass(es) will be reserved for three weeks, until Friday 8 May. After this date, you may still be able to buy them, but we can’t guarantee it as they will have been made available to the general public. You are automatically offered the same seat(s) as last year but you are also offering the choice of sitting in another part of the stadium if you want. (Note: as the Bronze category of Scotland Season Pass sold out last year, if you want to move from a Platinum, Gold or Silver Season Pass to a Bronze category you may have to wait until the general sale
Renew the same Pass Online
To renew online, you will need to login to the account you purchased your season pass on last year and new select “Renew Tickets”. You will only have access to you renew your existing seat(s) and in the same configuration as last year. If you do not know your log in details please email your current season pass seat details along with your address to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0131 346 516
Renew the same Pass by Phone
Call the Ticket Hotline on 0844 335 3933 and speak to one of our Customer Service Operators
Renew, with changes
If you want to buy an extra Season Pass this year or buy ones in a different part of the stadium, please call The Ticket Centre at BT Murrayfield on 0131 346 5160. You should telephone the Ticket Centre and they’ll sort it out for you (as the on-line booking will only allow you to buy those seats you had this season). Remember, everyone who bought a Season Pass last year has the same “exclusive window” to renew their seats, so your ideal seats may not be available. However, the Ticket Centre staff will be able to advise which ones are availabl
1. Pay in Full by Credit/Debit Card
2. By Direct Debit for this season only
3. By Direct Debit with Auto-Renewal
Direct Debit for this season only
The Direct Debit option was introduced last season and was an immediate hit with supporters, with a quarter of all Season Passes purchased this way. The deadline for paying in four monthly instalments is 21 June, and the payments dates are:
Instalment 1: 7 July
Instalment 2: 7 August
Instalment 3: 7 September
Instalment 4: 7 October
Direct Debit with Auto Renewal
We have expanded the direct debit facility by introducing the option of “Auto-Renewal”. This gives you peace of mind this time next year that even if you forget about the on-sale date you will still have your Pass(es) for the following season. We appreciate that not everyone will want this option so you will not be automatically renewed for future seasons if you have not confirmed that this is what you want to do. Also, if you do confirm that you wish to participate in the auto renewal scheme, you will still be sent a confirmation of fixtures, dates and prices prior to renewal, with an opportunity to cancel if you wish.
Passes delivered in December
Scotland Season Passes will be mailed out from in December, to arrive before Christmas. If you have purchased your season pass from an overseas address this will not automatically be posted but held for collection from the Ticket Centre at BT Murrayfield. For information relating to other delivery options please email email@example.com
Scotland v Italy in August
This Summer Test against Italy is included in your Scotland Season Pass but we will send out traditional match tickets for this game.* Once you have purchased a Scotland Season Pass, you’ll automatically receive an email acknowledgement asking you to return to the website from 9am the following day to choose where in the stadium you would like to sit for the Italy game. This will include any additional adult tickets you have bought for the game and the FREE under-12 children’s ticket (one for every additional adult ticket purchased).
* It is unlikely the whole stadium will be opened for Scotland v Italy in August so it’s not possible to guarantee the same seat for this match as you will have for the other England and France games. Therefore, as the Season Pass card which you scan at the turnstiles at the other games is digitally linked to your secured seats, it cannot be used at the Italy game