Tickets still available for Friday's local derby match
18 November 2008 17:42pm
TICKETS for Gloucester's Guinness Premiership match against Bristol at Kingsholm on Friday, November 21st (8pm) are still available.
The High Tech Stand has almost completely sold out but seating is still available in the C&G Grandstand and standing tickets are available in the Shed and West Terrace.
Tickets for Gloucester's Guinness Premiership match the following weekend against Northampton Saints on Saturday, November 29th (4.30pm) are also selling well and remain available.
Gloucester Rugby have also launched a 'Kids Go Free' Christmas ticket offer for their Heineken Cup clash against Calvisano on Saturday, December 13th (3pm). Supporters will receive a maximum of two free kids tickets with every full paying adult ticket that is purchased in person at the Kingsholm ticket office or by calling the ticket hotline. Tickets are also available for the Saracens match on Saturday, January 3rd (3pm).
Rugby Gift vouchers are the ideal Christmas present for any Gloucester Rugby supporter this year and can be purchased from the ticket office.
For further information or to book tickets please call the ticket hotline on 0871 871 8781 option 2
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