2021 Guinness Six Nations
Guinness Six Nations 2021 Ticket Ballots Now Live
Ticket ballots for the 2021 Guinness Six Nations games at BT Murrayfield against Ireland, Wales and Italy are now open to all NEVIS members who have signed up to the season 2020/21 membership.
These ballots are being opened to ensure we’re ready to operate a fully ticketed international match in the event we are given the green light to permit spectator entry. Click to enter ballots below:
- Scotland v Wales, Saturday 13 Feb, kick-off 4.45pm
- Scotland v Ireland, Sunday 14 Mar, kick-off 3pm
- Scotland v Italy, Saturday 20 Mar, kick-off 2.15pm
The Scottish Government will be reviewing its guidelines on public gatherings, events and physical-distancing on an ongoing basis and ahead of Scotland’s 2021 Guinness Six Nations home fixtures, and although unable to guarantee crowds will be permitted, Scottish Rugby must still prepare for such an eventuality.
The ballots are being opened to allow Scottish Rugby to react quickly to Scottish Government guidelines in the event of crowds being permitted into BT Murrayfield. If successful in the ballot, one ticket must be used by the NEVIS member and the others by a person(s) who is part of the same household or extended household defined by the Scottish Government. Those who are successful will be notified by email within five (5) working days of the ballot being run and sent their e-ticket(s) no later than 5 days before the game.
• The ballots are only open to those who have purchased a NEVIS Membership.
• There are three ballots, one for each of the games highlighted above.
• Those who enter the ballot can apply for up to four (4) tickets per match.
• Ballots are drawn automatically by Scottish Rugby’s ticketing system (Ticketmaster Sport XR).
• Everyone who enters will be advised whether they have been successful or not.
• Wheelchair tickets can also be applied for via the ballot (select from the drop-down menu).
BECOME A SEASON 2020/21 NEVIS MEMBER
The 2021 Guinness Six Nations ticket ballots will remain open until Scottish Rugby receives confirmation from the Scottish Government on their decision whether crowds will be permitted to the games. Anyone who has not yet purchased a NEVIS membership but would like to enter the ticket ballots can still do so by purchasing a NEVIS membership (£34) which will allow us to send you a membership confirmation email with a link to the ticket ballot and full instructions on how to enter.
Not a member yet? Buy a NEVIS Membership for £34 HERE.
Ask Scottish Rugby
Everything you need to know about a NEVIS or MACDUI membership and ticket ballots can be found in our ASK Scottish Rugby section of the website, with FAQs on all aspects of the ballots being regularly updated.
Because of physical-distancing guidelines it hasn’t been possible to retain the four categories of ticket (Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum) that you have become used to over the last few years. We are also unable to offer concessionary tickets this season, but we are offering two category options:
The match tickets that can be applied for in the ballots are priced as follows:
Category 2 Category 1 Scotland v Wales £70 £105 Scotland v Ireland £70 £105 Scotland v Italy £55 £90
Match Day Safety
Everyone applying for match tickets via the ballot can be assured that the safety measures put in place at BT Murrayfield on match days will be in stringent compliance with all Scottish Government guidelines. The ‘pilot’ event (Edinburgh v Glasgow Warriors) at the stadium in August at which all these measures were put into practice was hailed as a great success by the Scottish Government. Scottish Rugby will have in place similar measures for Scotland games this season, and strongly advises all ticket purchasers (indeed, all supporters) to download the Protect Scotland app.
• All tickets will be electronic, to be either printed at home or scanned on your mobile device;
• Scottish Rugby’s ticketing terms and conditions have been updated to reflect restrictions related to COVID-19;
• Entry times to the stadium will be staggered to minimise queues;
• Physically-distanced queues at turnstiles, bars and catering stalls within the stadium;
• Everyone entering the stadium must wear a face mask;
• Hand sanitisers will be available at all turnstiles and toilets;
• Physically distanced seating
• Cashless sales at bars, catering and shop.