Gather your friends and find a costume, because it’s almost rugby sevens time.
The World Rugby Sevens Series’ annual stop in Vancouver is just over one month away. Taking place March 7 and 8 at BC Place, locals will flock to this event for the fifth straight year since its debut in 2016.
Snooze and lose? Don't SLEEP on tickets to the biggest party in town! 💤💤 💤 = 😪 😪 😪
Prices increase February 7!
— HSBC Canada Sevens (@CanadaSevens) February 5, 2020
Organizers have changed the ticketing structure this year, offering an early-bird price, which ends this Friday — no pressure.
Prices will rise by $10 for weekend passes, and $5 for single-day tickets on February 7.
BC Place’s rarely used upper bowl will get some use for this event, as Canada Sevens organizers have most sections of the Upper bowl open. Previous editions of this event have packed the lower bowl, with general admission ticket holders spilling into the upper deck.
Less than 5% of reserved seating inventory is remaining, according to a Canada Sevens spokesperson.
The early-bird pricing structure for the two-day event is as follows:
- General admission: $109 ($70 for single day)
- Group general admission: $99
- Reserved: $139
- 7’s access: $169
- Elite 500: $269
- Grosvenor Club: $289
Tickets are available online through the Canada Sevens website.