Wales' autumn clash against New Zealand has sold out.
The clash with the All Blacks will be the first time the Principality Stadium will be able to host a capacity crowd and it's now been confirmed that all available tickets have been purchased for the autumn curtain-raiser on October 30th.
There are still tickets available for Wales' remaining autumn fixtures - with Wayne Pivac's Six Nations champions taking on South Africa, Fiji, and Australia throughout November.
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We have made half-price concessionary tickets for under 17s available across all categories for all four matches for the first time,” said a WRU ticket office spokesperson about the news.
“This has appealed to a younger audience and more families as well as our normal event goers and rugby aficionados.
“This will partly account for the high demand for tickets across all four matches, but we are incredibly pleased with the response from Welsh supporters.
The clash with New Zealand outside of the Test window is something of a necessary evil in Welsh rugby - as its placement in the calendar means Pivac is without his English-based stars for the match.
However, the guaranteed pull of the All Blacks - as demonstrated by this match already having sold out - is exactly why the Welsh Rugby Union feels the need to arrange an extra autumn international despite the fact that Wales will be weakened.