The ballot for tickets for the Castle Lager Incoming Test between the Springboks and Wales on July 16 at DHL Stadium will open on Friday 25 March, at 12h00, on the Ticketpro website.
Given the current government COVID-19 restrictions and the uncertainty of what stadium occupancy will be allowed in July, a ticket ballot is the fairest way of giving everyone a chance to watch the Springboks play at DHL Stadium.
You can apply for a seating category and pay for a maximum of six tickets per person at any time during the ballot window between March 25 and May 30.
Seat allocations will be done by random computer generation based on category selection and availability in the same way that the ballot for the British and Irish Lions series last year was conducted.
Applicants will be notified between June 6 and June 10 on the seats they have got through the ballot and receive a refund within seven days for any tickets they applied for but did not get.
Should any category be oversubscribed and there is availability in other categories, applicants will be notified and offered the opportunity of a change of category.
The Rugby World Cup champion Springboks played three Tests at DHL Stadium last year, winning two in their series victory against the British and Irish Lions, but this will be the first Test at the iconic venue which will have a crowd.
You can be a part of history by entering the ballot and applying for your tickets on Friday.