The Welsh Rugby Union has increased ticket prices for its three Six Nations games to be held at Principality Stadium.

The winners of the 2019 Grand Slam and Rugby World Cup semi-finalists have hiked prices up by £15, which would bring in an additional £3m from this coming season’s championship.

Wales play Italy on February 1 at the 74,500-capacity stadium, and will later also face France and Scotland at home.

Fans will have to pay £105 in 2020 for the games against Scotland and France, an increase of £15, following this season’s all-time high of £110 for Welsh home games against England and Ireland.

The Six Nations opener with Italy will also see an increase of £15 with those tickets going up from £60 to £75.

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