In a first for the leading sports operator, ticket-only options will be available online at www.thomascooksport.com and from over 800 Thomas Cook and Going Places stores across Wales and the rest of the UK, including Cardiff, Swansea and Newport amongst many more.
"Through our new partnership with Thomas Cook Sport, we're working together to make Rugby International tickets more accessible to the Welsh public," said WRU group head of marketing Craig Maxwell.
"Utilising Thomas Cook's network of stores, we hope to help many thousands of Welsh rugby fans watch Wales face the Wallabies, Springboks, Fiji or the All Blacks at the Millennium Stadium - all at cost price."
Danny Talbot, Director of Thomas Cook Sport, said; "Warren Gatland and his side face some of the toughest teams in world rugby next month and sell-out crowds will help them on their way to victory. We're therefore delighted to play our part in making games as accessible and affordable as possible for Welsh rugby fans."
Ticket prices start from £10 for Wales v Fiji children's tickets (under 16yrs) and £20 for adults.
To get your ticket to a Wales' International this November, visit www.thomascooksport.com or pop into your local Thomas Cook or Going Places store.