Harlequins match tickets now on general sale - important information for unreserved season ticket holders
Cardiff Blues season ticket holders in the unreserved seating area are advised to purchase any additional Blues v. Harlequins tickets for friends and family, as early as possible.
This match is the first Heineken Cup fixture at the new stadium so a large crowd is expected. Harlequins have been unlucky so far this season, and although they are without a win in the Guinness Premiership so far, Quins were Quarter Finalists last season, losing to eventual champions Leinster.
The unreserved area has proved extremely popular so far and with it's partisan atmosphere we expect tickets to sell here quickly for this eagerly anticipated fixture.
Stadium card holders are also encouraged to purchase early, they will receive the usual £2 discount off their match ticket.
Tickets for the match are available from all the normal outlets, online at www.cardiffblues.com/tickets , by phone on 0845 345 1400 and in person at the Cardiff City stadium ticket office.
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