TICKETS for Gloucester's Guinness Premiership clash against Saracens on Saturday (5.45pm) are available in the Buildbase Stand (limited numbers remaining) and standing in the Shed and terrace.
They are priced Buildbase adult £23.00, concessions £19.00 and juniors £11.00. Shed and terrace adult £18.00, concession £14.00 and juniors £8.00 prices will remain at the early booking discount until 6.30pm Thursday (tonight).
Gloucester Rugby are offering supporters who purchase tickets for London Wasps on the 18th November the opportunity to purchase Bath EDF Energy tickets at a 25% discount. Supporters will need to show their stubs at the ticket office to receive the discount.
For more information please call the Ticket Hotline on 0871 871 8781 option 2.
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