Gloucester Rugby are pleased to announce that ticket prices have been cut for their Anglo Welsh fixture on Sunday, 8th November 2009 (3pm) against Cardiff Blues.
Tickets for Gloucester Rugby's opening Anglo Welsh Cup tie are now available to purchase and are priced as follows:
Gold, Silver, Bronze and JS Stand: Adults £22, Concessions £18 and Juniors £12.
Shed and West Terrace: Adults £16, Concessions £14 and Juniors £8.
Season ticket holders will receive a 50% discount reducing the cost of their ticket to the following:
Gold, Silver, Bronze and JS Stand: Adults £11, Concessions £9 and Juniors £6.
Shed and West Terrace: Adults £8, Concessions £7 and Juniors £4.
Season ticket holders will have their own seat or standing place reserved until Friday, 23rd October (3.30pm).
Gloucester Rugby's Head of Sales and Marketing, Pete Grzonka said today:
"We've given a lot of thought as to the pricing of this fixture and feel that we've made them as attractive as possible."
"We hope that a uniform pricing structure for all seats and the price reductions reflect the current economic climate and enable as many of our supporters as possible to come along and back Bryan and the players."
"We had a good run in this tournament last season although Cardiff did turn out to be our nemesis last season! It would be great to reverse that trend and get off to a winning start in the tournament in front of a good crowd this time around."
Meanwhile, Gloucester Rugby supporters are reminded that tickets for the Australia game (Nov 3rd, kick off 7:45pm) will go on general sale online at www.gloucesterrugby.co.uk from 3.30pm on Friday, 2nd October. Season ticket holders are able to purchase tickets exclusively for the next couple of days, however will have their seats and standing places reserved until Friday, 16th October (3.30pm).
The ticket office will re-open on Monday, 5th October for general sales through the ticket hotline and in person at the Kingsholm office.
For more information or to book tickets call the ticket hotline on 0871 871 8781* option 2 or visit www.gloucesterrugby.co.uk
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