Pay R35 for one ticket OR pay R60 for two tickets OR pay R80 for three tickets to the MTN Golden Lions VS Free State Cheetahs Currie Cup match (save up to 62%)
- Save up to 64% on tickets to the MTN Golden Lions VS Free State Cheetahs match
- Free wristbands to get access to the Lions VIP Lounge on the eastern stand
- Pay R35 for one ticket, valued at R70
- Pay R60 for two tickets, valued at R140
- Pay R80 for three tickets, valued at R210
- Experience the excitement of the Currie Cup
- Terms & Conditions apply
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s) otherwise no entry
- Only 1200 Groupons available
- Groupon only valid for MTN Golden Lions VS Free State Cheetahs match on 13 August 2011 at 19:10
- The picture displayed is just a representation
- All bookings subject to availability
- Please allow ample time before kick-off to pick up tickets
- Relevant ticket booth will allocate seat numbers in East Lower section
- Groupon not transferable for money
- Ticket Collection: Please ensure you have a copy of your physical Groupon for collection of tickets. Before 13th of August: Tickets can be picked up at the Coca Cola Park ticket office. 13th of August (match day): You will not be able to redeem your Groupons inside the stadium. Please redeem Groupons at the North or South Ticket Office Booth outside Coca Cola Park. Remember to please bring your physical Groupon along. No Groupon no entry.
People who are passionate about a sports team are known to suffer extreme disappointment when a loss occurs and extreme elation when they’re winning. General reactions to winning include swearing and singing boisterously, breaking furniture and crying tears of joy in the shower. Reactions to loss are surprisingly similar – except the tears aren’t joyful. Get in on the action with today’s Groupon: Pay R35 for one ticket or pay R60 for two tickets or pay R80 for three tickets to the Golden Lions VS Free State Cheetahs Currie Cup match.
Every serious rugby connoisseur will say that there’s nothing better than experiencing the raucous roar of the crowd as their team wallops the competition and scores the winning try. So while match-day braais in the sun are fun, there’s nothing quite like sitting on the stands surrounded by like-minded rugby renegades while the scent of boerewors and beer permeates the air with the aromatic promise of a good time.
Experience a day in the stands celebrating the cornerstone of South Africa’s rugby heritage and one of the world’s oldest rugby competitions – the annual Currie Cup. Started as far back as 1889, the Currie Cup is first and foremost the most exciting rugby spectacle of the year; hold your breath as teams of beefy Adonis’s in shorty shorts sprint, attack and defend their way to the Holy Grail of South African Rugby – the coveted and very shiny gold Currie Cup trophy.
With two such worthy opponents as the Golden Lion’s and four-time Currie Cup champions, the Free State Cheetahs, it will be a game to remember. Watch as they engage in a ferocious cat-fight to the final in order to secure their territory in South African rugby history – and you’ll be able to say “I was there!”
Golden Lions VS Free State Cheetahs
Kick off 19:10
Sports fact: It’s been suggested the first game of rugby broke out because of a blind-date-gone-wrong between the Duke of Knoffknoff and the Princess of Hullabaloo. Because of awful table manners the Princess was so enraged with the Duke that she made her brother and his friends challenge the Duke in a game of ‘throw-ball’ with abandoned bee hives.