The Official Online RBS 6 Nations Store is open. The store has everything you need to get behind your team during the RBS 6 Nations, plus the store is now fully stocked with a much wider range of rugby merchandise.
This weekend the surge of visitors has also included virtual convoys of camper fans which have brought fans into Cardiff and set up base as far away as west Wales from where fans travelled into the city on match day.
The game also saw a major boost for air and ferry travel to and from Wales as the weekend turned into a festival of the best of European rugby.
The economic impact survey revealed that since the stadium opened in 1999 off-site spectator spending has topped £600million.
More than 55 per cent or some £350 million has been spent by non-Welsh spectators visiting the city to attend events.
The survey found that away from match days the stadium has helped stimulate the weekend break market for Cardiff as fans realise what the capital has to offer.
The main findings of the survey were that since 1999 the wider economic impact of the stadium on the south Wales economy was worth £725 million.
More than 1.2 million people attend the Millennium Stadium each year making it the biggest visitor attraction in Wales and one of the top ten visitor attractions in the UK.
Also according to the survey the scale of spending generated from stadium activities could support around 2,400 full time jobs in the region.