Cardiff Blues have already sold over 7,000 tickets for their Heineken Cup clash against Leicester Tigers to be played on Sunday 29 October 3.00pm kick off.
Tickets for the middle tier are selling well with both the middle and lower tier being used on the day. Tickets are great value for money priced at £5 for Juniors and £10 for adults in the lower tier and £10 for juniors and £20 for adults in the Middle Tier match tickets .
Blues Card holders will receive £2.50 discount of their tickets and there are also discounts on group bookings. Junior rugby clubs and schools can also make use of the Cash-back Loyalty scheme operated by the Blues. The new loyalty scheme is very simple; the organisation will receive £2.50 for every ticket purchased through the Cash-Back Scheme.
Once of the supporters who will be attending the match will be James Dean Bradfield, front-man of the Manic Street Preachers and Cardiff Blues season ticket holder. He was down in the Arms Park last week picking up his tickets before heading out on tour to promote his debut solo album The Great Western. His new single An English Gentleman is released on the 25th of September and is a moving tribute to the benevolence of the late Philip Hall; their publicist, close friend and mentor.
Speaking at the Arms Park, James Dean Bradfield said Ive been coming to the Arms Park for years and this season just feels right. Having Xavier as Captain is great news as hes obviously very influential on the pitch and it promises to be an exciting season. Im looking forward to the Leicester Tigers match and if last season match at the Millennium Stadium is anything to go by it should be a great day
James Dean Bradfiled heads out on his first full UK solo tour in October and will play at Cardiff University on Monday 16 October.