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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

The HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series in New Zealand at the Hamilton 7s will be a cashless event, you will need a sevens wristband to purchase anything — food, beverages and merchandise inside the tournament venue.

Here are a couple of important things to note about sevens wristbands:

* Everyone who enters the event will need a 7s wristband.

* You can go online to from January 29, create an account and load money on to it.

* You will be able to pick up your wristband prior to the event — more information to come.

* You can choose to pick up your wristband at the gate.

* If you have already picked up your wristband and created an account prior to the event then we will link your wristband to your account on arrival.

* You will be able to top-up your wristband at the event at one of our top-up stations located around the venue. Everything available to purchase inside the event will need to be purchased with money loaded on your wristband.

* You can create an account and load money from Monday, January 29. Look out for more information regarding wristbands.

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