Adam Balding in action - he could face Sale on Saturday
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TICKETS for Gloucester's Guinness Premiership clash against Sale Sharks at Kingsholm on Saturday (3pm) are still available in the Shed and terrace and will be at sold at the early booking discount until Thursday, January 25th (6.30pm).
Tickets for the re-scheduled match against Newcastle on Saturday, March 24 have recently been re-issued and despatched to all supporters who purchased their tickets online, by telephone or at Kingsholm and have their name printed on ticket.
Any supporters who purchased tickets at the Kingsholm ticket office but do not have their name printed on their tickets will need to return their ticket stubs to the ticket office in exchange for valid tickets.
Any supporters who purchased match tickets and are unable to attend the re-scheduled fixture can exchange tickets for another Kingsholm match of their choice. Refunds will only be considered providing the valid tickets and a written request are sent to the ticket office no later than one week prior to the re-arranged kick off.
Gloucester's match against Leicester Tigers has been moved by Sky from Saturday, March 10th to Sunday, March 11th and will now kick off at 1pm.
Tickets for Gloucester's away match at Franklins Gardens against Northampton will be available to season ticket holders from Saturday, January 27th (10am) and will be released on general sale from Monday, February 12th (9am).
The tickets are situated in the South West Corner and are priced as follow: £24.00 Adults, £17.00 Concessions and £13.00 Juniors.
For more information on tickets, contact the hotline number (option 2) on 0871 871 8781, online at www.gloucesterrugby.co.uk or from the ticket office.
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