GLOUCESTER Rugby have launched a cut price ticket deal ahead of their European Challenge Cup clash against Brive on Saturday, April 1 (3pm).
The match is an all-pay event so it is not included in the season ticket package but supporters can stand in the Shed or on the terracing for as little as £8 - and tickets are on sale now.
Gold season ticket holders in the Grandstand can purchase their usual seats for £18 and silver season ticket holders for £16.
Seats in the Buildbase Stand start at £12 for adult season ticket holder, £8 concessions and £4 juniors.
Gloucester qualified for the knockout stages of the competition with 100% record in the pool stages with a 32-19 victory over Bayonne.
The visit of Brive - the first European Cup champions - promises to be an enthralling encounter and Gloucester's managing director Ken Nottage said of the ticket prices: "We are now in the knockout stages of a European competition and are potentially two home matches away from a final.
"Kingsholm has a very special atmosphere and we want as much of that chemistry as possible on what will be a very big day for the club.
"I think the ticket prices for this game reflect that because we would obviously love a full house for a quarter-final."
Non-season ticket holders can buy gold tickets in the grandstand for £20 and silver for £18. The Buildbase is priced at £14 for adults, £10 concessions and £6 for juniors.
The Shed and terracing is at £10 for non-adult season ticket holders, £6 concessions and £4 for juniors.
Seat season ticket holders have until February 28 to reserve their usual seats before going on general sale.
The early purchase scheme, where supporters can get up to £2 off the matchday price of tickets, will be available up until the Thursday before the game.
Supporters who buy tickets for the quarter-finals and keep hold of the ticket stubs will be able to buy tickets for the semi-final - should Gloucester qualify - at the same price of the last eight game subject to proving it at the time of purchase.
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The message from the Gloucester Rugby Ticket Office is that tickets still remain for this evening's Aviva Premiership game against Exeter Chiefs and that there are a large number of tickets to be collected on the night.