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The State of Origin 2016 series has already been won by Queensland, however New South Wales have the opportunity to score a consolation win in Game 3 at ANZ Stadium tonight, and remain outright favourites in betting markets to do so. Punters have rallied around New South Wales in State…

State of Origin Tickets

The most hard-hitting matches and heated rivalry in Australian sports belong to the annual three-match Rugby League State of Origin tournament, which sees a champion line-up of players represent their state as the Queensland Maroons battle the New South Wales Blues for the origin shield. So it comes as no surprise that State of Origin tickets are the most sought after tickets in rugby league!

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Attracting more spectators and punters than any other rugby league event on the calendar, the popularity of the State of Origin ensures that tickets for each match sell out in record time every year. State of Origin tickets are hot property come game time, which is halfway through the NRL premiership competition, as seeing the game live is the only way to experience the true feel and ferocity of Origin.

Nothing beats being at an Origin match in person, and the best way to secure your seat is to buy a State of Origin ticket. The three match tournament is always guaranteed to be intense and entertaining, and especially if you have a wager on the game, being there to experience the thrill of State of Origin betting win first-hand is priceless!

The atmosphere at the chosen State of Origin venue is heavy with team loyalty and anticipation, as tens of thousands of rugby league fans yell their support across the stadium. Clad in either blue or maroon State of Origin jerseys, the fans are a sight to behold. If you want to be part of the Origin action for yourself, then this website is the place to be as it answers all the questions you may have about State of Origin tickets.

Where can I purchase State of Origin tickets?

There are a number of online ticket sellers that you can purchase State of Origin tickets through, the most secure and popular of which are Ticketek and Ticketmaster.

There are often some great value extras and packages with the State of Origin ticket sales, including accommodation, dinner, and game packages. For the 2009 State of Origin series fans were able to purchase NSW Origin jerseys with their tickets for a special price, and Blues’ supporters were able to attend the most intense interstate competition donning a genuine Blues’ jersey! Other specials offered with State of Origin ticket sales include supporter’s T-shirts and wigs; nothing says Queenslander more than showing up to the game sporting a big maroon wig! These sorts of bonuses for NRL and Origin enthusiasts ensure that the crowds at the game are always colourful!

When do State of Origin tickets go on sale?

Tickets for the State of Origin go on sale during the first week of March each season. Ticketed members are given the first opportunity to purchase tickets, followed the next day by nrl.com members, and then finally on the third day of release State of Origin ticket sales are open to the general public.

How much do State of Origin tickets cost?

The price for State of Origin tickets depends on the seating category level. You can buy adult, concession and family passes to any of the three games. An average adult ticket starts at $40 (for category 3 tickets) and goes up to around $130 (for category 1 tickets) per match. It is definitely worth paying more for tickets that have unrestricted viewing, as you don’t want anything getting in the way of the match! Corporate packages are also available starting from around $500 per person.

Tickets are usually more expensive for the Sydney games than the Brisbane held Origin matches, due to the size and crowd capacity of the Sydney stadium. The two game venues are ANZ Stadium in Sydney (85 000 crowd capacity) and Suncorp Stadium (54 000 crowd capacity) in Brisbane, with states alternating which venue gets to hold two of the three matches each year for the home ground advantage.

So get along to the next State of Origin game, support your team and enjoy being immersed in the sounds and sights of a live Origin match like the whack of the tackles, the cheer of the crowd, and the blow of the full time whistle when hopefully your state has been victorious! Simply being at the games is amazing, knowing that you are part of State of Origin history.

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