This November has seen Ireland gain a lot of success which have seen a lot of interest being generated towards the Six Nations scheduled to hold next year.

For the Ireland Rugby Team who are coming off fresh from wins in games played against New Zealand and Australia, they would be playing only two games in Dublin during the 2017 Six Nations championship.

Already, tickers are on ground for the games and rarely go on sale, as they are first offered to schools and local rugby clubs before the remainders are sold via IRFU supporters’ club.

However, the tickets are already appearing online on a number of tickets selling sites such as Viagogo and Stubhub where scores of them are listed for as much as between £395 and £3,000 for one ticket.

The first clashes which would be played against France and England successively, will hold at the Aviva stadium and these online ticket sites are estimating that they would have finished selling these tickets before the year comes to an end.

Would-be attendees of the games are also being warned that prices of the tickets have been rising in the last three days and will only continue to rise further.

Last time where Ireland hosted France in Dublin, a warning had to be issued by the IRFU asking the public to avoid purchasing any tickets from unofficial sellers.
This came on the heels of the loss of 144 tickets in transit, which were unaccounted for.

In the past, they have also warned that tickets can be traced and actions would be taken against clubs, if it is found out that they deliberately flooded the black market with tickets supposed to be for their members.

On the 2nd of February next year, Ireland will be playing their first Six Nations clash at Murrayfield against Scotland.