Cardiff Blues tackle Exeter Chiefs tonight (Friday) at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park
Tickets remain on sale for our big home pre-season fixture against Exeter Chiefs at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park tonight (kick-off 7.30pm).
Mark Hammett's team will face the Devon side at home in the build-up to the new PRO12 season.
The sides served up two European classics last season and another tightly-fought encounter will now unfold in the first pre-season fixture for Blues. The region has announced details of an away clash with Leicester Tigers on August 29.
Season Ticket holders gain FREE ENTRY to the Exeter Chiefs game as part of the 2014/15 package. For further details on Season Tickets call the Ticket Office today on 02920 302030.
General sale tickets are now available and priced at £10 for adults and £5 for concessions. Family tickets priced at £20 are also available.
Please note, tickets are available over the phone on 02920 302030 until 1pm. After this time visit the Ticket Office in person to but right up until kick-off.
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