Scotland face Japan in the fourth and final Autumn International Rugby fixture, and the ‘Family Day Tripper’ tram ticket is a great deal for fans heading to BT Murrayfield.
For families enjoying this Saturday’s rugby action, the ‘Family Day Tripper’ allows a day’s tram travel for up to 2 adults plus up to 3 under 16’s for only £7.50.
Fans can also purchase an ‘Adult Rugby Return’ for £3.40 and a ‘Child Rugby Return’ for £1.80 ahead of the game from edinburghticket.com. These tickets can be used from any tram stop, except Edinburgh Airport, and are downloaded onto a mobile device or printed out before travel.’
Ingliston Park & Ride is the best choice for those who want to avoid the traffic hassle, offering over a 1,000 free parking spaces including electric vehicle charging points.
Edinburgh Trams Managing Director Lea Harrison, said:
When it comes to a full day of rugby, we have you covered. The tram is a great alternative for getting across Edinburgh quickly as we have services running from every 3 minutes before and after the game
This rugby season has been a positive step for everyone to get together and enjoy the thrill of match day atmosphere in our beautiful city.
Scotland and Japan have played each other on eight occasions since they first met in 1991. Overall, Scots have won 7 matches whereas Japan have won just once.