Super Rugby fans queued overnight outside Te Papa in Wellington for a chance to buy tickets to the Super Rugby final.

Hundreds queue for tickets

10 min ago  Super Rugby fans endure cold night as hundreds queue for tickets to the final.

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Fans brave cold for tickets

Highlanders fan David Cassie, left, was braving the cold as well as the taunts of Hurricanes fan Nathan Uriarau as they both queued for tickets outside Te Papa on Tuesday night.

Lines form at Te Papa, 15 hours before second-chance rugby tickets go on sale.

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Rugby scalper sabotage bids

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WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND - JUNE 27: Ma'a Nonu breaks through a tackle during the Super Rugby Semi Final match between the Hurricanes and the Brumbies at Westpac Stadium on June 27, 2015 in Wellington, New Zealand.  (Photo by Mark Tantrum/Getty Images)

Tickets selling for $400 online video

Tickets for Super Rugby final sell in under a minute, and scalped ones instantly appear online.

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Fans brave cold for tickets

Highlanders fan David Cassie, left, was braving the cold as well as the taunts of Hurricanes fan Nathan Uriarau as they both queued for tickets outside Te Papa on Tuesday night.

Lines form at Te Papa, 15 hours before second-chance rugby tickets go on sale.

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Rugby scalper sabotage bids

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