Tickets bought from the WRU for the Millennium Stadium matches against New Zealand, South Africa, Japan and Romania, taking place on each weekend in November, are priced from just Â£36 per adult for the Saturday games and from just Â£8 for the Friday night matches.
A new marketing policy from the Welsh Rugby Union asks that fans buy at least one ticket for one of the Friday night matches in the series, Romania or Japan, alongside their Saturday ticket, New Zealand and/or South Africa - meaning you can take in two games for just Â£44.
But one online auction website is touting tickets for the Wales v South Africa match for Â£75 and for the Wales versus New Zealand match for as much as Â£95! With a full range of tickets still available from the ticket hotline 08705 582 582, from the WRU Ticket Shop in Cardiff and online at www.wru.co.uk or www.ticketmaster.co.uk, fans could watch the All Blacks or the Boks plus Japan or Romania to boot, for less than half that price!
The WRU Ticket Office is based at 98 St Mary Street and tickets for the 74,500 seater Millennium Stadium are selling well for Wales coach Mike Ruddock's first matches in charge on home soil.
Wales play the Springboks on Saturday 6 November (2.45pm), Romania on Friday 12 November (7.00pm), the All Blacks on Saturday 20 November (5.30pm) and Japan on Friday 26 November (7.00pm).
The message from WRU Group Chief Executive David Moffett is: 'Tickets are readily available for all four matches at face value, so why pay over the odds?
'We have packaged the tickets in a way that makes it affordable to support Wales on more than one occasion this autumn, so there is certainly no need to break the bank on overpriced tickets'.