The Ospreys, after their historic win away against Ulster this weekend and after picking up a third bonus point out of only four matches this season, top the Celtic League where they have remained for virtually the entire season so far. And it's because of this phenomenal success that the Ospreys management has made this first-of-a-kind move.
Ospreys chief executive Andrew Donald said: 'Because of the success we've generated by winning our first four games of the season, and due to the enormous travelling support of Munster - it's anticipated we'll see around 2,500 away supporters at The Gnoll for this game - we've taken the unprecedented step of going all ticket.
'We want to make sure as many of our fans have the opportunity to see what will undoubtedly one of the top games in Europe, and so our advice is to buy your ticket as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.'
Tickets for the Munster game are currently on sale at the Ospreys Neath and Swansea shops and via telephone on 0870 990 9175. As tickets for the game are limited, early purchasing is recommended to avoid disappointment.
The Ospreys face Glasgow at St Helens on Saturday 2nd October, with kick off at 5.30pm.