Gloucester Rugby Club supporters are reminded that they have until 3pm today (Thursday) to purchase their tickets for the Zurich Wild Card final against Saracens at Twickenham on Saturday (kick off 1pm).
The tickets are available to all supporters from the ticket hotline on 0871 871 8781 and from the ticket office at the Kingsholm ground.
Supporters purchasing tickets over the phone from Gloucester's ticket office will be asked to collect them, or offered the option to have them sent recorded delivery to ensure receipt of the tickets in time, as duplicates can't be reprinted.
Tickets are priced from £12 for juniors and from £25 for adults. The ticket office is open until 3pm on Thursday.
All tickets have to be returned to Twickenham overnight on Thursday. The ticket office will be open on Saturday for collections ONLY (7.00 am to 8.30 am - as coaches will depart at 8.30 am).
There are a few remaining spaces on the supporters coaches to Twickenham, which are also on sale from the ticket office. The buses leave the Kingsholm car park at 8.30am on Saturday morning, and the return journey will depart between 6pm-7pm from Twickenham.
Supporters are reminded that the ticket for the Zurich Wild Card final between Gloucester and Saracens also includes the Zurich Premiership final between Leicester Tigers and London Wasps.
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