RUGBY Sevens organisers yesterday announced the sales point for tickets would be moved from the Victoria Park handball court to the Hong Kong Stadium to allow a smoother and faster operation. 'The switch to the stadium for the ticket sales operation is a natural progression,' the chairman of the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union, Stuart Leckie, said. 'People in the queue will be protected if it rains and will be able to buy food and drink during the wait. Also, there will be rugby videos showing on the concourse monitors throughout the night. 'We will open up the concourse at around 5 pm on the day before so that if people want to queue up, they can do so,' he said. Twenty-four sales windows at the Stadium box office will be open. Tickets go on sale at 8 am on January 22. Eight thousand tickets - 7,000 adults' and 1,000 children's - will be available, with a limit of two adult tickets per person and no restriction on the purchase of children's tickets. Adult tickets will be priced at $400, an increase of $50 from this year's cost, while the children's tickets will be $150. There has been no increase, from this year, in the number of tickets available to the public. A total of 40,000 tickets will go on sale. Wembley International will receive 1,500 tickets for users of their executive suites. A further 1,500 have been set aside for players and the media and 7,000 have been allocated to Sevens patrons, sponsors and organisers. With overseas interest in the Sevens as popular as ever, 13,000 tickets will be distributed abroad. The rugby fraternity in Hong Kong will be rewarded for the support of the game with an allocation of 9,000 tickets (7,800 adults' and 1,200 children's). The March 25-26 event also doubles as the 20th birthday of the tournament, and the Post Office will issue special commemorative stamps in March. A video tracing the Sevens back to 1976, a limited edition of Reebok polo shirts and a special book will also go on sale.