Stadium Work - All Blacks Test Match

Anna Louw-Young —

We have been asked to supply a large number of ticket scanners for the upcoming All Blacks test match on 9th July 2022.

For those that have not done fundraising at the stadium before, this is an ideal opportunity to get those large tournament fees or school fees paid off quicker.

Because it is an All Black game, you would most likely be required to work for 3-3.5hrs. The only work involved is ticket scanning. It is extremely easy. You will earn $20 per hour (no tax), and this money gets paid directly to your school account - primarily to pay for any trips that you are fundraising for, but you can also use it to pay for anything on the school account, or put it into credit for later.

Students aged Yr11-13 and parents are able to work, so, for example, if you, and both your parents work then you can look at an expected $200 for 3 hours work!! 1 child, 1 parent would net a return of $120.

In some cases, that's half the trip paid. Also, if you have any other friends or family members that can help you out, ask them to come along.

Please let Anna know at your earliest convenience if you would like to take up this opportunity, and she will add you to the list. You can email her on

If you do have tickets to the game, you can enter after your shift (you may miss the first 10mins).

Looking forward to hearing from as many of you as possible