Tickets to watch Wales face the might of southern hemisphere this autumn have gone on public sale today.
Warren Gatland's side will face Australia, Fiji, New Zealand and South Africa this November as they kick off their season, which culminates in the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
Demand for tickets ahead of public sale has doubled compared to the same period last year with WRU member clubs, debenture holders and members of the WRU Supporters' Club, purchasing tickets ahead on the public release.
Tickets to watch Wales take on Fiji, a year before they face each other in the Rugby World Cup, range from £10 to £20 with group offers also available. Supporters who purchase tickets to watch the clash against the Pacific Islanders before next Friday (August 22nd) will also benefit from a WRU offer to waive all booking-fees.
Australia are Wales' first opponents in November and tickets for the clash against the Wallabies and Springboks, later that month, range from £25, £40, £60 and £70. Also, for the first time for tier one games, concessions tickets, priced at 50% of full ticket price in band B will be available for those aged 16 and under.
Tickets to watch Wales face the All Blacks start at £30 to £50, £75 and £80.
The Group Chief Executive of the Welsh Rugby Union, Roger Lewis, said:? "Once again Warren Gatland will be able to test his players against the very best opposition in the world game this November.
"Our esteemed head coach is the most successful and longest serving in our history and he has said since day one that he wants his Wales team to face the biggest challenges on offer. The contests don't come any bigger than those on display at the Millennium Stadium this Autumn.
"Wales' Rugby World Cup journey begins in earnest when the first ball is kicked against Australia in November, with the season ahead packed with top class opposition."
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