The Cardiff Blues are advising fans to purchase tickets before it's too late for the big New Year's Eve derby match against the Ospreys, 2.05pm kick off at the Arms Park.
Over 10,000 tickets have already been sold with only terrace tickets still available for what is sure to be a thrilling match to end 2008. Tickets are expected to sell out before Christmas.
The Blues are in a fine run of form having recorded a famous double over former Heineken Cup finalists Biarritz and they will be keen to carry on this form when they return to Magners League action over the festive period.
There are now no stand tickets available for the match and less than 1,400 north terrace tickets still available priced at £16 for adults and £4 for under 16's. Tickets are available on www.cardiffblues.com/tickets or call 029 2030 2030
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