Many of the tickets to the 2015 Rugby World Cup will be cheaper than they were when New Zealand hosted the Cup in 2011.
The pricing structure for the England tournament has been released with some tickets as little as $30.
Organisers have announced the cheapest tickets will be just £15 or about $30 for an adult, however because of the All Blacks' status as the Cup holders, their matches will be more expensive.
The cheapest price for an All Blacks match in New Zealand in 2011 was $60 that price is expected to be slightly higher when they defend their title in 2015.
The cheapest ticket to the Twickenham final will be $300, $90 cheaper than the equivalent ticket at the Eden Park final in 2011.
The All Blacks will play matches at Wembley Stadium and Olympic Park in London and the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff all of which have a capacity of more than 73,000.
Meanwhile the majority of All Blacks' matches will be played during breakfast time in New Zealand.
Their opening match against Argentina at Wembley will be at 4pm New Zealand time, but their other pool matches will be at either 8am or 9am.
The semi-finals and final will be played slightly earlier at 6am.
General ticket sales start in September 2014.