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All Blacks game Sold-Out

The first capacity occasion to return to Cardiff’s Principality Stadium since the pandemic began, has sold-out.
The 74,500-seater ground at the heart of the Welsh capital sees Wales host New Zealand, who visit for the first time in four years, on Saturday 30th October (17:15hrs) and there won’t be a spare seat in the house.
A week later Wales face the British & Irish Lion-taming South Africans (17:30hrs) with sales for this match already tracking higher than the All Blacks game over the last fortnight, as tickets become more and more sparse for the whole Autumn Nations Series.
Fiji, on Sunday 14th November (15:15hrs), currently has the most availability, but this game is also in high demand.
The fixture sold-out the last time it was played in Cardiff – the 2015 Rugby World Cup – and remaining prices for the match mean a family of four can attend for just £60 (price based on a Category C ticket, with Categories D and E both now sold-out).
And the Series climax against Australia, on Saturday 20th November (17:30hrs), promises to provide a celebratory finale to a month which will see hundreds of thousands of supporters return to live sport at Principality Stadium, in person.
The Wallabies have drawn an average crowd of 60,000-plus fans over their last three outings in Wales (2019, 2018 and 2016), with the 64,000 who witnessed a famous Welsh win in ’19 on course to be replicated this year.

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“We have made half-price concessionary tickets for under 17s available across all categories for all four matches for the first time,” said a WRU ticket office spokesperson.
“This has appealed to a younger audience and more families as well as our normal event goers and rugby aficionados.
“This will partly account for the high demand for tickets across all four matches, but we are incredibly pleased with the response from Welsh supporters.
“Nobody knew what to expect after the year and a half we have all had, but we are delighted to be able to say that the appetite for Welsh rugby, and of course the All Blacks, is as strong as it has ever been.
“We are all looking forward to a month of celebration at Principality Stadium and we are ready to welcome supporters back safely and securely.
“New challenges will be presented and we will follow Welsh Government and Public Health Wales advice closely ensuring all of the appropriate safety precautions are in place.
“We will worry about these elements so supporters don’t have to and, of course, we have a full refund policy in place so fans can be safe in the knowledge that their money is safe if personal or national circumstances change due to the Covid-19 Pandemic.”
The stadium will be operating staggered entry time. Tickets holders will be alerted to their required entry time and gate number on their ticket closer to game.
Supporters who have successfully purchased tickets are encouraged to download the Principality Stadium ticketing app to be able to receive their digital tickets for the autumn fixtures
Digital tickets are available from wru.wales/tickets with prices now ranging from £20 to £35 for Fiji (£10 to £17.50 at concessionary rates) and from £45 to £75 for both the Springboks and Wallabies matches (£22.50 to £37.50 at concessionary rates), with the two categories of tickets at the lowest prices having sold-out for all three of these games.
Official WRU Hospitality packages are also now available to purchase, with prices from £325 +VAT. For more information and details of how to book please visit: wru.wales/VIP.
For supporters wanting to incorporate a night’s stay with their match day ticket, The Parkgate Hotel, Cardiff’s newest and most luxurious hotel is offering Autumn Nations Series match day packages. More details can be found on the hotel website: www.theparkgatehotel.wales
Off-site hospitality packages can be purchased via Events International and can be found here https://eventsinternational.co.uk/event/autumn-nations-series-2021 and Official Travel Packages can be purchased through Gullivers Sports Travel at: gulliverstravel.co.uk
For more information on the Autumn Nations Series 2021 matches at Principality Stadium, please visit: wru.wales/autumn2021


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First up in the series New Zealand, face Wales on Saturday 30th October at Principality Stadium, kick-off 17:15. This meeting will be the first time the almighty All Blacks have returned to Cardiff in four years.
The second Test, against South Africa on Saturday 6th November, and the final Test, against Australia on Saturday 20th November, share the kick-off time of 17:30 with the third clash of the series against Fiji on Remembrance Sunday, Sunday 14th November set to kick-off at 15:15.

Remaining ticket categories:
Wales v New Zealand, Principality Stadium – Saturday 30th October SOLD-OUT
Wales v South Africa, Principality Stadium – Saturday 6th November CAT A £75 (£37.50) / CAT B £65 (£32.50) / CAT C £45 (£22.50)
Wales v Fiji, Principality Stadium – Sunday 14th November CAT A £35 (£17.50) / CAT B £25 (£12.50) / CAT C £20 (£10)
Wales v Australia, Principality Stadium – Saturday 20th November CAT A £75 (£37.50) / CAT B £65 (£32.50) / CAT C £45 (£22.50)

For the first time, concession tickets are available in ALL categories for ALL matches across the series (shown in brackets).


Throughout the last 18 months, The Welsh Rugby Union and Principality Stadium have been working to the advice and guidance of Welsh Government and Public Health Wales; and we will continue to do this as we look ahead to the Autumn Nations Series 2021.
Current measures for entry to support the wellbeing of staff and spectators include:

• Digital ticketing – Principality Stadium App (Track & Trace purposes)
• Completion of health questionnaire (within stadium app)
• Hand sanitizer spots throughout the stadium
• Enhanced cleaning measures
• Masks to be worn upon entry and whilst travelling through the stadium however masks can be removed once in your seat
As we move closer to the fixtures, these measures might need to change to reflect any update to Welsh Government and Public Health Wales advice.
Please be assured we will endeavour to notify ticket holders with any changes to entry requirements as quickly as possible. Ticket holders will be notified via email and the latest information can be found on our Online Help Centre at www.principalitystadium.wales/

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