GLOUCESTER Rugby have already sold more than 6,000 tickets for Sunday's Guinness Premiership play-off semi-final against Leicester (4.30pm).
All unallocated tickets have now been sold. Season ticket holders have until 5pm on Wednesday to buy their tickets before any remaining unsold tickets go back on general sale.
Leicester have taken their entire 3,000 allocation which means more than 9,000 tickets have already been distributed after only two days of sales.
Gloucester have dropped ticket prices by £5 in all areas of Kingsholm for their semi-final which means tickets for the Shed start from £15, while Gold tickets are available at £35. For a full breakdown on prices, please visit www.gloucesterrugby.co.uk
The ticket office will be open for the following hours next week for semi-final and Barbarians tickets. Monday to Wednesday 8.30am until 5.00pm, Thursday 8.30am until 6.30pm, Friday 8.30am until 5.00pm, Saturday 9.30 am until 3.00pm, Sunday 10 am until 4.30pm open 30 minutes after final whistle.
Speaking to GRTV after the game, Backs Coach Tim Taylor was happy with the squad as they cruised to victory over Treviso. The result wasn't in doubt, but the Cherry and Whites laboured to secure a crucial try bonus point.
Speaking to the local media this week, Gloucester Rugby centre Matt Scott is excited to take the field again as the Cherry and Whites look to build on the win in Bayonne when Treviso come to Kingsholm this Saturday.
Defence Coach Jonny Bell admitted this week that the European Rugby Challenge Cup victory in Bayonne was a welcome one, stressed that Benetton Treviso will pose a tough test on Saturday at Kingsholm but that Gloucester are determined to deliver in front of their own fans.
Motu Matu'u is looking to make up for lost time this week as the Cherry and Whites head to Basque Country to take on Bayonne in the European Rugby Challenge Cup opener. The Samoan hooker made his first appearance in the jersey last weekend, and is hoping to contribute to the team this weekend.
Gloucester's attentions turn to Europe this weekend as they travel to Bayonne for their opening fixture of this season's European Rugby Challenge Cup. Forwards Coach Trevor Woodman told GRTV that the Cherry and Whites will be aiming to top their pool as they've done for the past two seasons, but is well aware of how tough it is to win in France.
Although understandably disappointed at seeing victory slip away at the last minute, Ben Morgan said after the game at Exeter that there were plenty of positives that Gloucester could take from the game.
Speaking after a last-gasp try from Exeter earned the Chiefs a 27-27 draw at Sandy Park on Saturday, Charlie Sharples admitted to mixed feelings. The game saw him score a try on his 200th competitive appearance for the club, but the frustration from not closing out the win was clear.
Gloucester made it two wins from two outings in this season's European Rugby Challenge Cup as they outplayed Benetton Treviso at Kingsholm to win by 37 points to 8, the bonus point try coming with the final play of the game.