Scotland Season Pass

Scotland Season Pass

Following the period of renewals, the Scotland Supporters Club pre-sale (20/21 April) and the general sale (22 April), the 2021/22 Scotland Season Pass is sold out.

What is the Scotland Season Pass?
The Scotland Season Pass is for the supporter who doesn’t want to miss any of the action at BT Murrayfield. The Season Pass card guarantees entry to every Scotland home game during the season and is available at every category of seat: Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum.

As well as seeing all Scotland’s home games, the Scotland Season Pass also gets you pre-sale to all the Scotland representative teams’ home games (i.e. Scotland Women and Scotland U20s) during the season. In addition, Season Pass holders are also invited to special events - including at least one Scotland training session during the season - and given opportunities to take part in exclusive competitions and ballots (for example, Season Pass holders are often offered the chance to nominate children to be Scotland mascot).

To help spread the cost of the Scotland Season Pass you can choose to pay in monthly instalments over the summer via Direct Debit. As well as spreading the cost, paying this way also auto-renews your Scotland Season Pass(es) so you can retain the same seat(s) if you like their location within the stadium. If you don’t want to auto-renew you will still have the opportunity to buy the next season’s pass before they go on general sale.

Renewals & Sale Dates
Introduced in Season 2012/13 the Scotland Season Pass has grown in popularity and has sold out for the last few seasons. The auto-renewal period for those who opt to pay by direct debit is usually completed by April each year. Remaining pass holders and Scotland Supporters Club members are then given pre-sale access to buy next season’s pass. All remaining passes are then made available for public sale.

As with all ticket sales, details of these sales are announced via this website and social media channels (Facebook, Twitter) as well as Scottish Rugby’s weekly newsletter email. For up-to-date information on ticket sales and all other aspects of rugby in Scotland, you can find the answers to Frequently Asked Questions in the ‘Ask Scottish Rugby’ of the website.

  • What games are included in the 2021/22 Scotland Season Pass?

    Scotland have five home games at BT Murrayfield next season, all of which are covered by the 2021/22 Scotland Season Pass: three Autumn Internationals in November (one of which has yet to be confirmed) plus two home Guinness Six Nations games in Spring 2022:

    Autumn Internationals 2021
    Scotland v Australia
    Saturday 6 November, BT Murrayfield, kick-off TBC

    Scotland v South Africa
    Saturday 13 November, BT Murrayfield, kick-off TBC

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    Saturday 20 November, BT Murrayfield, kick-off TBC

    Guinness Six Nations, 2022
    Scotland v England
    Date & Kick-off TBC

    Scotland v France
    Date & Kick-off TBC

  • Will I be sent a Scotland Season Pass card for Season 2021/22?

    Everyone who purchases a 2021/22 Scotland Season Pass holders will be mailed Season Pass card no later than two weeks prior to the opening game of the season.

  • Can I access Scotland Women & Scotland U20 tickets?

    Scotland Season Pass holders will be given access to buy tickets for all Scotland Women and Scotland U20 home games during the season before any public sale. When the fixtures are confirmed, you will be emailed with details on the pre-sale.

  • Want to upgrade an Under-18 or Student Scotland Season Pass?

    If you have an Under 18 or Student Scotland Season Pass for someone who can’t make it to one of the matches during the season, you can temporarily upgrade that seat to an Adult ticket for the one match. Please call the Ticket Centre on 0131 378 1600 (Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm) to upgrade your Under 18 or Student pass to an Adult ticket. We advise you to do this as early as possible to allow us time to send out a replacement ticket.

  • Can I buy additional Scotland tickets?

    If there are any tickets available for Scotland's home games in the Guinness Six Nations there will be a sale (or ballot) towards the end of the year for Scotland Supporters Club members, followed by a public sale if there are any tickets left. The ticket limit for these games is four (4) per person. (Therefore, if you buy two Scotland Season Passes, for example, you will be eligible to buy a further two match tickets for these games.)

  • How do I renew my Scotland Season Pass for 2022/23?

    Scotland Season Pass renewals will start after the 2022 Guinness Six Nations Championship. Scottish Rugby will email all existing Season Pass holders in plenty time with full details of the renewal timetable and this web page will also be fully updated.

    If you pay by direct debit:

    Automatic Renewal
    Your Scotland Season Pass will be automatically renewed for Season 2022/23. Scottish Rugby will write to you shortly with all the prices and payment details and you will still have an opportunity to make changes, e.g. upgrade your seats, buy additional seats or cancel your Pass.

    Don’t cancel your Direct Debit!
    Once all payments have been made for this season, please don’t cancel the Direct Debit instruction on your bank account – it will be reactivated for next season. If you have cancelled the instruction, please e-mail [email protected] requesting the instruction to be reinstated.

    If you do NOT pay by Direct Debit
    Your Scotland Season Pass will NOT automatically renew and your current seats will NOT be reserved for you (this can only be done for those who auto-renew their passes). However, you will have a prior access period to buy a new Scotland Season Pass before they go on general sale.

  • What do I do if my contact details have changed?

    If any of your contact details have changed (e.g. address, e-mail address, phone number) please update your details on your online account or email [email protected]

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