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“We expect tickets for all three matches to reach public sale, although this will be in limited numbers due to the high demand anticipated through our member clubs, who have priority access,” said Rhodri Lewis, WRU Group Commercial and Legal Director.
“The Italy game has concessionary tickets available at half-price in all categories for the first time, so we are expecting this to be extremely popular with family groups and junior clubs throughout Wales.
“Scotland is always a huge draw for Welsh fans and, with this fixture kicking-off our home matches in the tournament, it will be the first chance for home fans to see our championship winning squad in Six Nations action after the pandemic kept supporters away in 2021.
“The French game will attract a different audience, with Friday night kick-offs in Cardiff an experience to be savoured and this fixture always produces the very best rugby from both sides.
“We have introduced a small increase (£10) in three ticket categories across the games and this is a direct reflection of the financial pressure Welsh rugby has been under over the last 18 months.
“We make no secret of the fact that international rugby is a key financial driver of the game across Wales from grassroots to our professional clubs and senior sides and the economic argument for price increases is particularly strong in 2022.
“However, we are proud to have also kept our promise that our lowest category tickets will not rise above £40 (Italy starts at £30) and have also moved to ensure that concessionary tickets are available across all categories for the Italy game – which should be quite an occasion on the final weekend of the tournament.”
Ticket prices across all categories for Scotland and France are £40, £70, £100, £105 and £115 and, for Italy, they are £30 (£15 U17), £55 (£27.50 U17), £65 (£32.50 U17), £70 (£35 U17), £80 (£40 U17).
Public sale will open on Thursday 25th November – the week after Wales play Australia in the Autumn Nations Series (ANS) at Principality Stadium – at 10am from www.wru.wales/tickets.
A full refund policy is in place so fans can be reassured that their money is safe if personal or national circumstances change due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, more info here: https://wru.wales/six-nations-2022/
Official WRU Hospitality packages are also now available to purchase, 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, details on booking packages at The Parkgate Hotel, Cardiff’s newest and most luxurious hotel can be found on the hotel website: https://www.theparkgatehotel.wales/events/six-nations-2022/
Off-site hospitality packages can be purchased via Events International and can be found here https://eventsinternational.co.uk/event/six-nations
and Official Travel Packages can be purchased through Gullivers Sports Travel at: https://gulliverstravel.co.uk/event/six-nations
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 and the Guinness Six Nations 2022.
Current measures for entry to support the wellbeing of staff and spectators for the ANS – which includes the now sold-out clash with New Zealand – are:
• 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/