Tickets for the Cardiff Blues Heineken Cup Clash away to Biarritz are now on sale priced at £30 and £18.
The match at Parc Des Sports Aguiléra, on Saturday 13 December, 2:35pm kick off will see the Blues try to extend their lead at the top of Pool 6 having gained a maximum 10 points with bonus points wins against Gloucester and Calvisano.
Tickets are available by calling the ticket office on 029 2030 2030
The Supporters Club are looking at the possibility of running a coach to France for the match. Supporters interested in the trip should contact 07722 504 180.
The Cardiff Blues will face Biarritz at the Arms Park on Friday 5 December, 8:00pm Kick Off, in the first of the crucial double header matches. Tickets for the home match are available online at www.cardiffblues.com/tickets priced at: Stand Tickets Adult £20, Juniors £5. Terrace Adult £16 Junior £4.
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