Update: Tickets to see Pope Francis in Knock snapped up in just three hours

Update: Tickets to see Pope Francis in Knock snapped up in just three hours

Update11am: Tickets to see the Pope at Knock shrine are now fully booked out.

There were originally 45,000 places allocated but they were snapped up in less than three hours.

500,000 places are on offer for Pope Francis' final mass in Dublin's Phoenix Park, with a number still available on worldmeeting2018.ie.

Earlier: Tickets for Pope's visit to Ireland available online today

Tickets for the Pope's visit to Dublin and Knock are being made available online from today.

There are 500,000 tickets for the Phoenix Park where Pope Francis will say mass.

The 45,000 tickets for the papal event at Knock in August have been booked out.

The tickets can be booked online at worldmeeting2018.ie and are available now.

When booking, people will be invited to make an optional donation to help with costs.

- Digital Desk

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