Listed below are some frequently asked questions that may assist you in answering your question around ticketing. If the information is not available below, please complete the form.
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The NRL does not recommend purchasing tickets from any unauthorised ticket resellers as the tickets may not be genuine or may be cancelled by the event organiser. There is no guarantee that these tickets will work when you arrive at the venue.
We suggest contacting the reselling agency.
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The NRL offer group bookings for all Major Events for groups with more than 8 people. Please visit https://tickets.nrl.com/. Select the game you wish to attend and you will be directed to the appropriate ticketing partner.
Tickets are sold on a "Next Best Available" seating system. You cannot choose the location of your seat.
When you make your booking, the tickets allocated to you are the “Best Available” in your chosen category at that time.
For ticketing information regarding NRL Major Events including State of Origin, Pacific Invitational, Finals Series, NRL Grand Final Tickets, etc. please check To receive alerts directly in your mailbox, sign up to NRL Account and ensure you place a tick in the communication preferences to hear from us. You can sign up by navigating to the NRL, Club or State website and completing the sign-up form.
For tickets to all NRL Telstra Premiership games, please go to and you will be directed to the appropriate ticketing partner.
If the game you wish to attend is not yet on sale, please contact the HOME team for further details. Note: The HOME team may not be the team you support.
On some occasions seats are released closer to the event. For operational reasons sometimes a number of tickets are held. These tickets are released when not required and generally sold to the public. There are no guarantees at any stage that cheaper or better seats will become available.
Tickets remain the property of the NRL at all times. Tickets may not be on-sold, exchanged for fee or reward or other valuable consideration, or otherwise commercially dealt with (including for advertising and promotional purposes such as prizes, contests, or sweepstakes) without the prior written consent of the NRL. In granting such consent, the NRL may attach additional conditions to any Tickets as it sees fit (including charging an additional fee).
If a Ticket has been dealt with in contravention of this Attendance Condition, the bearer of the Ticket may be refused entry or directed to leave the Event.