Win match tickets to Saturdays clash against Yorkshire Carnegie courtesy of Rugby Lotto
13 August 2014 11:28am
By Lucy Nottage
Gloucester Rugby Lotto is giving away an amazing 10 pairs of match tickets for you to see the fixture between Gloucester Rugby and Yorkshire Carnegie at the Kingsholm Stadium on Saturday 16 August.
Don't miss out on the chance of this fantastic day out, as you and a friend will arrive at the ground and experience the drama and fervour of live rugby.
For your chance to win one of 10 pairs of tickets, simply sign up and place a bet on Gloucester Rugby Lotto here before the draw closes tonight! (Wednesday 13 August). Each lotto bet you place costs just £1.50 and, in addition to entering you into the ticket competition, gives you the opportunity to win huge cash prizes, with an average jackpot of £7.5 Million!
This prize draw is open to new Gloucester Rugby Lotto players only and you have until 5pm tonight (Wednesday 13 August) to enter.
Don't forget the more draws you play and more bet's you place, gives you more chance of winning huge cash prizes on Gloucester Rugby Lotto.
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