The Scotland Season Pass guarantees your seat at all five of Scotland’s home games at BT Murrayfield in 2014/15 and allows you the chance to meet the Scotland Team at one of their training sessions. You can now pay for your Scotland Season Pass in three instalments by Direct Debit, allowing you to spread the cost and still receive your Pass(es) before the first game!
And what a season it promises to be! A new Scotland coach, the first season in the re-branded BT Murrayfield stadium (on the brand new hybrid pitch!) and visits from the current world champions and RBS 6 Nations champions!
New Scotland coach Vern Cotter has taken over for the current summer tour, so by the time he arrives at BT Murrayfield in November for Scotland’s Autumn Tests the team will already have played four major test matches. There are three RBS 6 Nations games to look forward to in the new year, including the visit of reigning RBS 6 Nations champions, Ireland – a seat for which can only be guaranteed at this stage, with a Scotland Season Pass.
Scotland v Argentina
Saturday 8 November, 5:30pm
Scotland v New Zealand
Saturday 15 November, 5:30pm
Scotland v Tonga*
Sat 22 November (Venue tbc)
Scotland v Wales
Sunday 15 February, 3:00pm
Scotland v Italy
Saturday 28 February, 2:30pm
Scotland v Ireland
Saturday 21 March, 2:30pm
* The venue of the third Autumn Test, Scotland v Tonga, has yet to be confirmed and so has not been included in the Scotland Season Pass.
However, Scotland Season Pass holders will receive priority access to purchase tickets for the game.
Vern Cotter will be desperate to win his first home game in charge and the Scotland team will want to avenge the defeat suffered the last time Argentina visited Murrayfield, in 2009, when they narrowly lost (6-9). The teams have met three times since then, with Scotland winning both Tests during the summer tour to Argentina in 2010 (the first time Scotland had a won a summer tour series) and then the agonising 1-point defeat in the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand. This opening game of the international season promises to be an absolute cracker!
SCOTLAND v NEW ZEALAND
Saturday 15 November 2014 - BT Murrayfield, 5:30pm
The All Blacks need no introduction – they are the best team in the world (ranked number 1) and are the current world champions. Although Scotland have never beaten New Zealand, there have been some close encounters at Murrayfield over the years, including the 1983 classic when Scotland, at 25-25, came within a last-minute conversion of winning. If the new coach will want to win his first home game in charge, he’ll be even more determined to put one over his countrymen and end the long wait for a Scotland win against the ‘Blacks.
SCOTLAND v WALES
Sunday 15 February 2015 - BT Murrayfield, 3pm
The Scotland v Wales is usually one of the most exciting in the championship and this year has the added spice of being Scotland’s opening home game of the RBS 6 Nations Championship.
SCOTLAND v ITALY
Saturday 28 February 2015 - BT Murrayfield, 2:30pm
The Scots will be aiming for three-in-a-row against Italy in the RBS 6 Nations, after this season’s thrilling win in Rome (courtesy of Duncan Weir’s nerveless drop-goal) and the 34-10 victory at Murrayfield in 2013, when Stuart Hogg’s glorious length-of-the-pitch score was the pick of the day’s many tries.
SCOTLAND v IRELAND
Saturday 21 March 2015 - BT Murrayfield, 2:30pm
Scotland’s last international of season is on the final weekend of the RBS 6 Nations Championship, against the current RBS 6 Nations champions – Ireland. Scotland won the last time Ireland came to Murrayfield and will be looking for a similar result to propel them into their summer preparations for Rugby World Cup. One of the most popular and colourful weekends in the whole Scottish sporting calendar, this season’s Ireland game is on the final day of the championship! All six nations will be battling it out on this ‘Super Saturday’ and you can watch all the action on the BT Murrayfield big screens! A sell-out in 2013, we expect high demand and the only way to guarantee a seat at this stage, is through the Scotland Season Pass.
You can save between £15 and £25 per Pass on the cost of match tickets over the season, meaning you can see all five games from as little as £26 per game!
Guarantee your seat
In a season when the stadium is expected to sell-out for the games against the All Blacks, Wales and Ireland, it is good to know you can secure your seat – and the same seat at each game – for the whole season.
Get a chance to 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.
Priority Access to the 6th Game!
Scotland play Tonga in the third Autumn Test (Saturday 22 November) but the venue has not yet been decided for this game. Whether it is played at BT Murrayfield or another stadium somewhere else in the country, Scotland Season Pass holders will be given priority access to tickets.
Exclusive Access to the new “Legends Lounge” hospitality suite
This is a brand new hospitality option that will be offered to Scotland Season Pass holders at two of the games this season. It will include pre and post-match drinks and an informal lunch (e.g. curry) with ex-Scotland internationalists in attendance. Prices have yet to be announced but details will be circulated to all Scotland Season Pass holders at the start of the season.
SCOTLAND SEASON PASS
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in Platinum category
Please Note: Charges apply (see below for details).
*A wheelchair ticket package includes Wheelchair User, Companion and a parking space. The prices above are for each individual attendee. Should you wish to purchase a wheelchair ticket package please email firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of staff will be able to provide further information. Please note these packages are limited in availability.
On general sale now. You are able to buy on-line and by phone. If you bought a Scotland Season Pass last season, you should have received details on how can renew your Pass for season 2014/15.
Renew Over the Phone
Call the Ticket Hotline on 0844 335 3933 and speak to one of our Customer Service Operators.
Everyone who bought a Scotland Season Pass last year has an opportunity to renew their Pass before they go on general sale. 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. To renew on-line, 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 want different seats or require to make any changes to your season passes, please call The Ticket Centre at BT Murrayfield on 0131 346 5160. If you do not know your log in details please email your current season pass seat details along with your address to email@example.com or call 0131 346 5160
Everyone at Scottish Rugby, including the Scotland team players and management, is aware of the financial commitment required in the purchase of a Scotland Season Pass. Therefore, to help spread the cost, we have introduced a new Direct Debit option for this season, offering you the chance to pay for your Scotland Season Pass(es) in four equal instalments.
There is no extra charge for paying in instalments. The three payment dates will be on the 21st of August, September and October, to enable Passes bought in this way to be mailed in time for the first game of the season.
The deadline for choosing to pay by Direct Debit is Monday 4 August. If you want to pay by this method you can buy online, or either call The Ticket Centre on 0131 346 5160 (Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm) or visit (BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh EH12 5PJ).
Scotland Season Passes will be mailed out from July onwards. Passes purchased using the Direct Debit option will be mailed after the final payment has been made (i.e. after 21 October) to arrive in time for the first game (Scotland v Argentina, Saturday 8 November). 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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