Families can ALL enjoy the Premier Club experience thanks to two very special ticket offers for the Christmas fixture versus Newport-Gwent Dragons. We play host to our local rivals on Sunday 27th December and we want to make the occasion as family-orientated as possible. We realise many of you will have family and friends visiting over the Christmas period and we hope you'll want to bring them along to enjoy the game (even if they're Dragons fans!).
The two special offers are a Christmas Kid's Ticket and a Two-for-the-price-of-one deal on guest tickets. For all children under 12 we are offering a match ticket in the Premier Club, a meal (if you're dining yourselves), pre-match children's entertainment and a Christmas Gift from the Blues. There'll even be an appearance from a very festive Bruiser Bear. The cost of the Kid's Ticket is just £10 per child. For adults, two extra guests will cost only £59 in total, half the usual price.
For all bookings and extra tickets for adults and/or children please contact the Blues team on 02920 643789 or e-mail email@example.com
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