Ticket Update

Season ticket sales at The Dragons have caught up with last year where there was a 25% increase on tickets of the previous season.

Kath McCarthy | 10/08/2005

Season ticket sales at The Dragons have caught up with last year where there was a 25% increase on tickets of the previous season.

After a slow start tickets are flying out of Rodney Parade where a ticket represents ideal value for money and includes 15 home matches plus the Dragons pre season friendly against Bath. A season ticket also includes the two Dragons home Powergen Cup fixtures against Leicester Tigers and Worcester Warriors. The inclusion of these matches has seen a season ticket remain at the same price and represents ideal value for money.

Supporters are urged to purchase their season ticket as soon as possible and guarantee their place at the Dragons Lair. Dragons Braced for Munster Invasion Newport Gwent Dragons are braced for an invasion from Munster on December 10th when their Heineken Cup opponents visit Rodney Parade.

Already over 500 tickets have been pre booked for this mouth watering match most of them to Munster fans. It is common knowledge that Munster always have a large following in Europe and the same is expected at Rodney Parade over Christmas. The last visit by Munster in the Heineken Cup saw them play Newport before the introduction of Regional Rugby and in a dramatic match Munster came from behind to clinch the victory. The win saw the ground swamped by Munster fans and among the Irish supporters the match at Rodney Parade is generally acknowledged as on of their best away trips ever.

Record takings were seen in the bar as well as a sell out crowd and The Dragons are hoping this record is broken in December. To reserve your place for this game phone 01633 674990.

‘It has been a busy time for the ticket office recently with season ticket sales and unbelievable interest in the Dragons Heineken Cup match against Munster,’ commented Ticket Office Manager Jon Hall. ‘The amount of supporters from Ireland who have enquired about the match is quite staggering this early in the season and we are expecting a bumper crowd for this fixture. I would urge supporters to hurry and get their ticket for this match especially The Dragons fans who are in danger of being outnumbered by Munster fans!’ Tickets have also been pre booked by supporters for Dragons games against Sale and Ospreys and these matches are on target to be sell outs. The Dragons have only lost on two occasions at home in the Celtic League in two seasons and with the upward trend in ticket sales and some of Europe’s biggest names in rugby visiting Rodney Parade tickets for matches will be hard to come by. Tickets for the Dragons confirmed home matches (Ulster, Sale, Borders, Munster, Scarlets and Ospreys) will go on general sale on Monday.

To ensure you don’t miss a moment of Dragons action call the Rodney Parade ticket hotline on 01633 674990.

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