Young supporters from throughout the region can come to cheer on their team at the bargain price of only £1, while students can come to watch the game for only £5.
Sunday's match is a great chance to check out April's Amlin opponents and a chance to watch some top class rugby at bargain prices ahead of the Six Nations.
Speaking of the match, Cardiff Blues Director of Rugby, David Young said,
"Obviously last weekend's result against Harlequins was the most important thing, but just as pleasing was the manner in which we got the result. The performance I thought was excellent. We went into the game with quite a bit of pressure on the boys shoulders. We knew realistically we needed the bonus point win and there was a lot at stake."
"The win sets us up for an Amlin Cup quarter final match against Sunday's opponents. Newcastle have a massive scrum, with Carl Hayman who is probably the world's best tight head at the minute. They've got a real attacking scrum as well, which as we've seen, week in week out in the Guinness Premiership, is going to be a massive threat."
"They've got quality behind as well, so they try and get that dominance up front to give them ability to launch their platform from behind. Newcastle is a very difficult place to go and win so it's not going to be easy to get the result up there."
Tickets for the match, priced from only £1 for Under 16's and £5 for students, are available by calling the ticket office on 0845 345 1400.
The team will be announced on www.cardiffblues.com by 12.00pm Friday.
Please note that Save the Children will be holding a special collection at the match for the Haiti Earthquake appeal. Cardiff Blues would like to thank all their supporters for the generosity they have shown with the charity collections so far this season and hope that they continue to support the good causes that we support during the games.