The three British and Irish Lions Tests in New Zealand this year are sold out but tickets are still available for most of the other games.
New Zealand Rugby says 75 percent of the tickets for the ten game tour have been sold.
Tickets for the Crusaders game have also sold out.
The Lions play three Tests, the five Super Rugby franchises, the Maori All Blacks and the New Zealand Provincial Barbarians on their tour.
The first game against the Barbarians is on June third.
NZR General Manager of the Lions Series, Nigel Cass, said "clearly interest in the once-in-a-decade event is high with more than 150,000 entries in the ballot for Test match tickets and we're confident we're on track to fill stadiums throughout the country.
"It's a good position to be in with 107 days to go until the Series kicks-off and the planning for the 10 matches and arrival of the Lions team and supporters shifting up a gear," Cass said.
Only general admission tickets are available for the opening match in Whangarei and the Maori All Blacks game in Rotorua, while availability in some ticket categories is limited in Dunedin, Hamilton and Wellington.