Club and 1873 Club Membership cards can now be used to make payments at any of the bars in Kingsholm. That means you can spend less time queuing at the bar and more time watching rugby and chatting with your friends.
Pre-load your membership card with money so you no longer have to bring cash to the stadium. The cash will then be converted into points which will be converted into points which you can spend at any of the bars.
You can also boost your point balance with bonus points offers.
3. ENTERyour 14 digit Club Membership number (bottom right hand corner of your membership card)
4. ENTERthe default amount you would like to load onto your card (you can change this at any time)
5. CASHwill be converted into POINTS for you to spend £1 = 100 points
Top up anytime, anywhere up at any time by visiting www.allpayments.net or by downloading the ALLPAY app.
Available on iOS, Android and Windows phones, search for 'allpay' in your App Store.
Earn points The ability to collect and redeem loyalty points on your membership card is another Club and 1873 Member exclusive.
COLLECT 5 points for every £1 you spend at any of the bars in Kingsholm or at the ticket office.
REDEEM your points at any of the bars in Kingsholm or at the ticket office.£1 = 100 points
Points can be collected throughout the season and redeemed in full or part payment for your 2015/16 Club Membership.
Other ways to collect and redeem will be available during the season, make sure we've got your email address so we can keep you up to date with any news and special points offers. Email us or call the ticket office on 0871 871 8781 option 2 (calls to this number cost 10p per minute from a BT landline. Charges from other networks may vary).
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