More than 900 people are set to get compensation after a transport debacle stopped them getting to the Rugby World Cup opening ceremony.
Auckland Council today confirmed 462 ticket holders had registered for a promised compensation package over the opening night transport failures.
They had registered on behalf of 922 people, a council spokeswoman said.
She said council was still working out the details of the compensation package, but it was likely to involved tickets to future games.
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Anyone registering late was to be dealt with on a case by case basis.
- NZ Herald staff