The Famous Grouse Nations Series is set to close in Edinburgh next week, and anyone travelling to the game can benefit from a great ticket deal thanks to the city’s award-winning tram network.

Ahead of the pre-season clash between Scotland and Georgia at the Scottish Gas Murrayfield on Saturday, August 26, rugby fans are being urged to pre-purchase their ‘City Rugby Tickets’ which have proved popular for the first two Summer International matches.

Priced from just £1.90 for under 16s and £3.80 for adults, they offer excellent value-for-money and, for added convenience, they can be either printed out or downloaded onto a smart device to show the Edinburgh Trams friendly team.

Sarah Singh, Edinburgh Trams Head of Service Delivery, commented:

We’re always committed to providing a premium service by helping fans to enjoy the inexpensive and convenient travel to and from the stadium on match days.

As well as offering value-for-money deals, we will also be boosting service frequency before and after the game to ensure everyone can have the best rugby experience, with as little hassle as possible.

With the festivals coming to a close, roads around the city will be extremely busy. However, anyone travelling by car can avoid being stuck in traffic by parking at Ingliston Park & ride with 1000 free parking spaces.

Further information about the ‘City Rugby’ tickets can be found here.