Tickets will be available at tickets.rugbyworldcup.com.
These additional tickets will be a mixture of seats released from ongoing venue configuration planning, handbacks from unions and the tournament's commercial programme, and tickets that have been registered for official resale by fans who can no longer attend matches.
While ticket availability will remain extremely tight for the most popular matches, new ticket inventory will be available across all matches including those featuring host nation Japan, defending champions New Zealand, as well as Ireland and England.
With traffic to the Rugby World Cup 2019 ticketing site expected to be extremely heavy during the early stages of this next ticket sales window, fans are requested to be patient while waiting to access the site.
Fans are also encouraged to use the real-time ticket availability indicator on the ticketing website to give themselves the best opportunity to secure Rugby World Cup 2019 tickets.
Another option for fans looking to secure match tickets is through the Rugby World Cup 2019 Official Supporter Tour and Hospitality programmes. Ticket-inclusive travel packages provided through RWC 2019 official travel agents are proving extremely popular, with tickets for some of the most popular matches still available.
The prestigious Webb Ellis Suite and private hospitality suites are already sold out, however some great match-day hospitality options are still available.
With less than four months to go until the start of Japan 2019, the official Rugby World Cup website has all the latest news on the build-up to the tournament.
Teams have started to name their official training squads so right now at www.rugbyworldcup.com you can read about John Barclay closing in on a third RWC for Scotland, how Italy are blending youth and experience and Warren Gatland including uncapped Rhys Carre and Owen Lane in his Wales squad.