Enjoy international hospitality at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park
Enjoy unforgettable and fantastic hospitality at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park as we celebrate the international Autumn Series in the Welsh capital.
You can enjoy the big day with us on Saturday, November 8 when Wales face Australia and also on Saturday, November 29 when South Africa are the visitors. Please note, hospitality at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park for the New Zealand game is now sold out.
Our international hospitality packages include a drinks reception at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park, three-course luncheon served with wine and complimentary bar pre-match.
You will also enjoy a celebrity guest speaker at the home of Cardiff Blues, post-match snacks after all the action in the Millennium Stadium and a cash bar post match.
These special packages are priced at just £125 & VAT per person. Packages are for hospitality and do not include match tickets.
For more information and to book your special international hospitality package with us please call 02920 302000 or email email@example.com
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