Glasgow'S "Irish Double" Ticket Offer

Discounts on tickets for Glasgow's Celtic Cup quarter-final next week will be on sale at Hughenden on Friday night. The "Irish Double" offers as much as ?6 off combined tickets for Glasgow's matches against two Emerald Isle teams on successive Fridays at Hughenden.It will cost just ?26 to buy an adult stand ticket for each of Glasgow's Celtic League match against Connacht on Friday evening and the cup quarter-final against Munster a week later. The tickets, if bought separately, would cost ?32. The discounted price for the ground is ?18 (against ?22 for separate tickets).Connacht, in their own right, will be testing opposition for Glasgow after victories against the two other Scottish teams, Edinburgh and The Borders, already this month. Munster are up among the best in European teams, twice finalists in the Heineken Cup over the past three season. They are the current Celtic League champions, and they will have their eyes set on a league-cup double this season. So have Glasgow, who emphatically stated their case with an away win against Celtic Warriors in the first round of the cup last week.Other discounted prices are:Stand concession ?12 (separate tickets cost ?15), ground concession ?10 (?11), family stand ?55 (?66), and family ground ?38 (?45).Season tickets will not be valid for the cup quarter-final tie on Friday next week.Discounts on tickets for Glasgow's Celtic Cup quarter-final next week will be on sale at Hughenden on Friday night. The "Irish Double" offers as much as ?6 off combined tickets for Glasgow's matches against two Emerald Isle teams on successive Fridays at Hughenden.It will cost just ?26 to buy an adult stand ticket for each of Glasgow's Celtic League match against Connacht on Friday evening and the cup quarter-final against Munster a week later. The tickets, if bought separately, would cost ?32. The discounted price for the ground is ?18 (against ?22 for separate tickets).Connacht, in their own right, will be testing opposition for Glasgow after victories against the two other Scottish teams, Edinburgh and The Borders, already this month. Munster are up among the best in European teams, twice finalists in the Heineken Cup over the past three season. They are the current Celtic League champions, and they will have their eyes set on a league-cup double this season. So have Glasgow, who emphatically stated their case with an away win against Celtic Warriors in the first round of the cup last week.Other discounted prices are:Stand concession ?12 (separate tickets cost ?15), ground concession ?10 (?11), family stand ?55 (?66), and family ground ?38 (?45).Season tickets will not be valid for the cup quarter-final tie on Friday next week.