rAge 2013 shuttle service details revealed

How will you be making your way to rAge?

September 25, 2013
Rage 2014 expo

The rAge expo is a mere two weeks away, and the organisers have detailed the shuttle service which will be providing transport for gamers eager to make their way to the country’s biggest gaming expo.

The BT Games Shuttle Bus service will be providing transport from the Gautrain station in Sandton to the Coca-Cola Dome and back.

The tickets cost R50 for a return trip, and are available at iTickets.

The service hours are as follows:

  • Friday 4 October: 9am to 6pm
  • Saturday 5 October: 8am to 6pm
  • Sunday 6 October: 9am to 4pm

rAge is taking place on 4-6 October. Day tickets are R70 per person, and R120 for the whole weekend.

  • Dates: 4 October – 6 October 2013
  • Show times: Friday: 10:00-18:00, Saturday: 09:00-18:00, Sunday: 10:00-16:00
  • Day ticket: R70 per person (Tickets available at the door)
  • Weekend ticket: R120 per person
  • Kids under 6: Free
  • NAG LAN ticket: R400
  • Venue: The Coca-Cola dome, Corner Northumberland Road & Olievenhout Avenue, Northgate, North Riding
BT Games Shuttle Service van

BT Games Shuttle Service van

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