Tickets for Scotland's home matches in the RBS 6 Nations Championship are due to be released as the Scots look to build on their encouraging third place last year.
The first public batch of tickets for Scotland's home games against Wales, Italy and Ireland, goes on sale from Scottish Rugby's Ticket Centre this Monday (4 September) from 9am.
The tickets are mainly priced at £30 and £45 for adults for the Wales and Ireland games and £20 and £30 for adults for the Italy game. There are concessions available for under-18s.
There will also be a later opportunity when RBS 6 Nations tickets are on public sale, closer to the start of the championship, once the requirements of Scottish Rugby club members, Debenture holders and sponsors have been met.
Scotland coach Frank Hadden said: ''The players remarked on the difference the crowd made to their efforts in the wins against France and England this year and I very much hope on the back of our form that supporters will snap up tickets for our matches in 2007.''
The 2007 Murrayfield matches are:
Saturday 10 February v Wales, kick-off 3.30pm
Saturday 24 February v Italy, kick-off 3pm
Saturday 10 March v Ireland, kick-off 1.30pm
Tickets are also available for this autumn's Bank of Scotland Corporate Autumn Tests against Romania (Saturday 11 November); Pacific Islanders (Saturday 18 November); and Australia (Saturday 25 November).
All the matches kick-off at 2.30pm at Murrayfield. Adults can see all three games for just £30.
Tickets can be bought in person at the Scottish Rugby Ticket Centre at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh; via the website (www.scottishrugby.org) or call the credit card hotline number on 0131 346 5100.
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