With tickets for Sunday’s Challenge Cup quarter-final against Stade Francais costing just £10, why not make a day of it and take advantage of one of these fantastic food and drink offers?
It’s a late afternoon kick-off at the Principality Stadium, with the big game getting underway at 5.45pm, and we’ve negotiated an exciting range of special deals for supporters heading to Cardiff early, before they make their way to BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park, the meeting place of the Ospreys Supporters Club for the day.
Supporters with a match ticket for the game can choose from the following on Sunday only*:
Brewhouse, Cardiff – 25% off food and 241 happy hour from 5pm pre-match until 9pm post-match
Frankie & Bennies, St David’s 2 – Kids eat free with an adult. T&Cs are 1 child to eat free with every adult meal purchased. Available on Sunday 2nd April.
Walkabout Cardiff – 20% off all food and drink. Available Sunday 2nd April.
Kaspas, Cardiff – 10% off all desserts. Available Sunday 2nd April.
Peppermint, Cardiff – 10% off drinks and free entry. Available Sunday 2nd April.
*all available by showing a valid match day ticket at time of order
That means for just £10 you can enjoy European knockout rugby while benefiting from fantastic food and drinks rates in Cardiff – and put the £10 saved on ticket prices towards travel costs with trains running uninterrupted from west Wales to Cardiff throughout the day, costing £11.20 from Swansea £11 from Neath, £10.70 from Port Talbot and £6 from Bridgend. The last train leaves Cardiff heading west at five past midnight.
Meanwhile, BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park will throw open its doors early, with Ospreys in the Community hosting a tag festival for 45 teams from 14 clubs, with hundreds of players from U7-U10 enjoying an afternoon of rugby before heading next door to support the Ospreys.
The Club House at the Arms Park is also open for business and supporters of both quarter-finalists are invited to make the historic venue their base for the afternoon.
Tickets are available now to buy for just £10 (£5 U16s) from the Liberty Stadium Ticket Office, the WRU Ticket Office on Westgate Street and via ospreysrugby.com/buytickets
It is expected to be busy at the WRU Ticket Office on Sunday so please try and buy in advance wherever possible.