Gloucester season ticket holders are reminded that they have until the end of this week to book their place at the Powergen Cup semi-final against Bath on Sunday 6 March.
Tickets go on general sale to everyone at 9am on Monday 21 February, after a two-week 'exclusive' purchase period for all season ticket holders.
Gloucester welcome Bath to Kingsholm twice in two weeks, starting with this Saturday's Zurich Premiership clash, that sold out weeks ago.
The second instalment of the West Country derby is the semi-final and kicks off at 2.15pm on Sunday 6 March.
Season ticket holders have until Saturday 19 February to purchase their tickets, but the Club is advising supporters to ensure they guarantee their place by 3.30pm on Friday.
The ticket office will be open normal hours (see below) this week, and will also be open for season ticket holders and members between 10am and 3pm on Saturday (19 Feb), as well as for half an hour after the game.
In accordance with the rules and regulations of the tournament Bath have been allocated just over 4,000 tickets for the semi-final.
Due to the expected high demand for the semi-final, season ticket holders will be able to purchase a maximum of one ticket.
Tickets are available to all season ticket holders direct from the Kingsholm ticket office and on the ticket hotline on 0871 871 8781. Season ticket holders will need to produce voucher B to order their ticket.
Remaining tickets will go on general sale from 9am on Monday 21 February and will be available on-line at www.gloucesterrugbyclub.com, from the ticket hotline on 0871 871 8781 and from the ticket office at the Kingsholm ground.
Tickets are priced at £18 for adult terrace, £11 concession terrace and £6 for junior terrace. The 3,000 seated Buildbase Stand is priced at £22 for adults and £10 for juniors. Tickets in the main Grandstand are priced between £25 and £30.
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