Cape Town - Ireland's Test against South Africa at the Aviva Stadium is sold out, according to the Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) website.
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All 51 000 have been snapped up in a Test that will see the current world No 4-ranked Irish welcome the fifth-ranked Boks to Dublin.
The Test on Saturday, November 11 will be South Africa's first match since going down 25-24 to the All Blacks in Cape Town last Saturday.
The Springboks' last visit to Dublin was in November 2014, when the hosts prevailed 29-15.
Meanwhile, Ireland's matches against Fiji and Argentina are set for record ticket sales, with over 43 000 tickets sold for the clash against Fiji on Saturday, November 18 and over 49 000 sold for Argentina's visit a week later.
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