Tickets for the 2013 Series, to be shown on BBC network television, have been frozen at 2012 prices - which start at £25 for the Prince William Cup clash with the Boks and £10 (concessions) for each of the other matches.
And Wales' RBS Six Nations title defence in 2014, as they look to win back-to-back Championships three times in row for the first time since the early 1970s, also sees ticket prices in the Cardiff capital reduced by up to 18%.
For the first time the RBS Six Nations matches in Cardiff will be priced differently, with both the Italy and Scotland fixtures significantly reduced and the France fixture frozen at 2013 prices.
When Wales begin their title defence against Italy on Saturday 1st February, kick-off 2.30pm, tickets will be priced at £25, £35, £55 and £65. This is the same top price as a ticket in 2009 and is a reduction of over 18% on this year's prices.
For the clash with France at 8pm on Friday 21st February prices will be held at £30, £50, £75and £80. This is the same as the 2013 New Zealand game and this year's RBS Six Nations.
When Scotland arrive in Cardiff on the final weekend of the Championship - Saturday 15th March (2.45pm) - tickets will cost £25, £40, £60 and £70. This is a 12.5% reduction on this year's top price.
Welsh Rugby Union Group Chief Executive, Roger Lewis, said: "Everyone in Welsh rugby is extremely proud of what our international team has achieved so far in 2013 and it is with great excitement that we will go into our 2013 Autumn Series as reigning RBS 6 Nations Champions for the second year running.
"There is plenty of rugby to be played this summer, with Wales on tour in Japan and we will all have one eye on the goings on in Australia, but the announcement today of three high quality teams to test us in Cardiff once again this November will sharpen the minds of the players and more than whet the appetite of the fans for another memorable year ahead.
"The WRU wants to help all of its rugby clubs and fans to enjoy international rugby. We sold out this year's RBS Six Nations games and we want to do the same next year for all of our matches.
"This freezing of our Autumn Series prices and the Six Nations price reduction will assist all of our clubs and fans.
"We want to offer as many people as possible the chance to see Wales at home with this move and clubs and the fans can now start planning ahead with confidence.
"The WRU wants to play its part in supporting Welsh clubs and fans in these tough economic times."
Autumn Series and 2014 RBS 6 Nations tickets will first be made available to WRU member clubs in 2013.
For the best opportunity of securing a ticket the WRU urges members of the public to join their local rugby club.
All home international tickets are initially distributed via the WRU member clubs or to debenture holders before any remaining seats are sold directly to the public.
Pre-registration for the public is currently open and supporters can REGISTER HERE
|Wales v South Africa||Nov 9th||KO 5.30pm|
|£70 / £60 / £40 / £25|
|Wales v Argentina||Nov 16th||KO 2.30pm|
|£40 / £30 / £10 concession (U16) /£70 Family ticket 2 adults and 2 concession|
|Wales v Tonga||Nov 22nd||KO 7.30pm|
|£25 / £10 concession/ £60 Family ticket 2 adult and 2 concession/ Minis/Juniors/Schools offer, with
every 8 concessions purchased 2 adult ticket free
|RBS 6 Nations|
|Wales v Italy||Feb 1st||KO 2.30pm|
|£65 / £55 / £35 / £25|
|Wales v France||Feb 21st||KO 8pm|
|£80 / £75 / £50 / £30|
|Wales v Scotland||March 15th||KO 2.45pm|
|£70 / £60 / £40 / £25|