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Fans can already get tickets for both games through WRU member clubs and sales have been strong for the Championship’s opening match against Ireland and the third round clash against England at Principality Stadium.

But official fan club members and bondholders have starting Wednesday 28th. Then, after two days, the city’s hottest tickets will be released direct to the public – if there are any left.

Welsh Rugby Union statutes ensure that member clubs have first access to tickets, meaning all 74,500 seats at Principality Stadium can be sold before they even go on sale to the public.

Becoming an official member here before September 29th will grant you priority access to remaining tickets.

05/02/22 – Ireland – Wales – Guinness Six Nations –
Wales’ Tomos Williams, Dewi Lake, Taine Basham, Aaron Wainwright and Josh Adams during the anthems.

“Demand is as high as ever, with many categories already sold out and tickets going on public sale in limited quantities, if any,” said Rhodri Lewis, WRU Group Commercial and Legal Director.

“Our advice to fans is to always contact your local club first, but there are other things you can do to increase your chances of clinching a ticket to represent Wales in this year’s Guinness Six Nations see.

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“Bondholders are of course guaranteed access to all home games, but once they and the clubs have been given first refusal, members of the Official Fan Club have access to purchase up to two tickets for England or up to four tickets for the Ireland game.

“Backers are encouraged to act as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.”

The schedule for Guinness Six ticket sales to the public coincides with the sale of Autumn Nations Series (ANS) tickets, which go on sale for the first time in recent history, meaning that the Welsh Rugby Union is almost a half a million tickets to see Wales in Cardiff in the 2022/23 season immediately.

Wales meet New Zealand, Georgia, Argentina and Australia in Cardiff in the autumn after a record year for the ANS in 2022, when the highest attendances since 2008 were recorded.

A wide range of ticket prices are available throughout the season to suit all fans. A family of four, for example, can watch the Wales v Georgia game for just £30 per family this November and the fact that the price is high Tickets for the home games of the Guinness Six Nations Championship were the first to go on sale shows how high demand is to see Wales.

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Ticket prices for these Guinness Six Nations 2023 matches at the Principality Stadium have increased in some categories, decreased in the Alcohol Free Zone (AFZ) and tickets remain frozen at £40.

“All Welsh international ticket proceeds go directly back to the game in Wales,” added Lewis.

“While some of our highest demand games have required price increases, we also wanted to offer the widest possible range of ticket prices and customer offers across our entire 2022/23 fixture list.”

Fans looking to purchase hospitality for Guinness Six Nations 2023 matches against England and Ireland should call 02920 822041 or visit WRU.WALES/VIP for general information.

For bed and breakfast packages at Parkgate Hotel, to book or for more information please visit https://www.theparkgatehotel.wales/offers/guinness-six-nations/

Official off-site hospitality packages are available through Events International https://eventsinternational.co.uk/event/six-nations and official travel packages through Gullivers Sports Travel https://gulliverstravel.co.uk/event/six- nations

Wales meet Ireland (2.15pm) and England (4.45pm) at home in next season’s Guinness Six Nations Championship, with each game kicking off at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

05/02/22 – Ireland v Wales – Guinness Six Nations Championship

The Men in Red open the 2023 tournament, with Ireland visiting Round One on Saturday, and then start the game weekend in Round Four when they face Italy in another kick-off at 2.15pm in Rome.

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Their second round visit to Scotland begins on February 11 at 4:45pm and England visits Cardiff on Saturday February 25 beginning at 4:45pm.

Wales are headed for the fourth (in Italy) and fifth and final rounds of the Championship, ending their campaign on Saturday 18 March with a trip to France where the second game of Super Saturday begins at 2.45pm.

Tickets in all categories are not expected to be available for public sale as many of the top tickets will be bought first but the total price range for the first round meeting with Ireland at the Principality Stadium is £40, £80, £80 £105, £110 and £120 and for the third round meeting with England in Cardiff, prices also start at £40 and go up to £90, £115, £120 and £130. Alcohol Free Zone tickets have become even cheaper for all home matches at Principality Stadium next season as tickets in this area are now available in Category D for £80 (Ireland) or £90 (England).



Wales v Ireland, Saturday 4 February, 2.15pm
(Limited availability)

Scotland v Wales, Saturday 11 February, 4.45pm

Wales v England, Saturday 25 February, 4.45pm
(Limited availability)

Italy-Wales, Saturday 11 March, 2.15pm

France v Wales, Saturday 18 March, 2.45pm

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