SUPPORTERS who have not yet purchased their tickets for Saturday's visit of Brive in the European Challenge Cup quarter-final have until tonight at 6.30pm to take advantage of the early booking scheme.
Season ticket holders are able to buy Shed and terrace tickets for only £8, with concessions at £4 and juniors at £2.
Non-season ticket holders can get their Shed and terracing tickets for £10, £6 and £4. After today, prices for adult tickets will cost £12.
Seaon ticket holders who sit in the Buildbase Stand can also buy tickets at a discounted rate of £12, with concessions at £8 and juniors £4. Non-season ticket holders in the same section of the ground can buy tickets at £14, £10 and £6.
There are also a limited number remaining in the gold and silver sections of the Grandstand. Season ticket holders can purchase their tickets in these sections for £18 and £16 respectively, while non-season ticket holders can buy them at £20 and £18.
After today, prices in all areas of the ground will increase slightly and for more information on tickets available, please call the hotline number on 0871 871 8781, visit the ticket office or call 01452 300951 for more information.
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