Derby clashes among top-price category
» GLOUCESTER have revealed their match day ticket prices for the upcoming season.
There are increases in many parts of Kingsholm with the most expensive full price ticket now £65, compared to £62 last season, but they have introduced a new pricing category for 18 to 25-year-olds to enable them to save money and are making it free entry for children aged five and under.
Once again, tickets are priced in three different categories for each Premiership fixture and in some areas prices have risen by as much as £5 in the highest band.
The local derbies against Bath, Bristol and Worcester have all been selected in the top Category A fixtures, along with the final home game of the season against Northampton.
Last season there were six Category A games in total but three of them were in the Heineken Champions Cup.
There are two Category C games the cheapest match day tickets against Sale and London Irish compared to just one last season with the rest of the Premiership fixtures in Category B.
Gloucester have not yet revealed the pricing and categories for the Heineken Cup or Premiership Rugby Cup fixtures.
As was the case last season, the early bird window to get discounted match tickets will finish at 5pm two days and four days before the game (based on a Saturday fixture) or two weeks and three days for Friday fixtures.
Tickets bought after that will be at full price and there will once again be a match day supplement, which was introduced last season and comes into effect three hours before kick-off.
Full details of ticket prices at gloucestershirelive.co.uk.