Rugby World Cup 2015 ticket prices will range between £7 and £715 and be distributed via a ballot system for fans next September, England Rugby have confirmed.
England's four pool matches against either Fiji or the Cook Islands - Wales, Australia and a play-off winner will all kick-off at 8pm and priced for adults between £75 and £315.
Tickets for the final at Twickenham on 31 October are priced between £150 and £715 but separate child prices are only available for the bronze final outside of the pool stage.
Prices for the quarter and semi-final will range between £95 and £515. Pool match tickets are available for as little at £60, with discounted tickets at £15 for adults and £7 for children obtainable for a variety of matches.
England Rugby 2015 chief executive Debbie Jevans said: "Today we are launching our ticketing plans so that fans understand the ticketing process for Rugby World Cup 2015. We want the tournament to be a celebration of rugby, encouraging more people to support and enjoy the game."
"We have a range of ticket prices for every budget - for fans and families who want to come to one of the world's greatest sports events. Our ticketing programme is built for fans who support the game week in, week out, whilst encouraging a new generation of rugby fans through Rugby World Cup 2015."
Of the 2.3m tickets available, 33% will be given to corporate sponsors, unions and team, while the remaining two thirds will be available to the public raising fears over the empty stadia which undermined much of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
As with London 2012, after tickets are sold through travelling fan and hospitality packages and rugby clubs, the remainder will be distributed through a ballot system - an arrangement which was much criticised last summer.
IRB Chief Executive Brett Gosper added: "This announcement represents a fantastic opportunity for fans around the world to experience what promises to be a very special Rugby World Cup. It is the day that they can start to plan. There are affordable and accessible options to suit every need."
All of England's pool matches have been given evening kick-offs in order to comply with television demands while all of the knock-out games will be played across consecutive weekends. Stuart Lancaster's side play three group games at Twickenham before finishing at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester.
Across each of the 48 matches, tickets will be limited to four per person but a number of family deals are available to help cater for groups of four with matches involving world champions New Zealand and 1991 and 1999 winners Australia available at £70.