Gloucester Rugby and Cheltenham Racecourse have joined forces once again to offer both race goers and rugby fans a New Year 'Super Sporting Ticket' for just £21.
The Super Sporting Ticket will include a ticket for New Year's Day racing at Cheltenham Racecourse and, a ticket to watch Gloucester Rugby take on Worcester Warriors at Kingsholm the very next day on Saturday, 2nd January (3pm).
These two great sporting events continue to grow in popularity as they are a great excuse to enjoy some festive fresh air whilst welcoming the New Year with family and friends of all ages.
The New Year Super Sports Ticket is not only a great opportunity to attend two of the county's biggest sporting events but is also outstanding value for just £21 for the joint ticket saving fans a massive 30%.
The ticket will be located in the Best Mate enclosure for Cheltenham Races on Friday 1st with the first race at 12.25pm. The rugby ticket for Gloucester's derby match a day later on Saturday 2nd will be located in the West Terrace.
Tickets can be purchased online by clicking here or by calling the ticket hotline on 0871 871 8781 option 2.
Fans that purchase tickets will automatically be entered into a free prize draw to win a Gloucester Rugby signed shirt and two player guest Lounge passes allowing you access into the Cathedral View Lounge. Also included is a morning on the gallops of top Gloucestershire trainer Martin Keighley where you will see what training goes into bringing on a professional race horse followed by breakfast in the Plough.
The Super Sporting Ticket is subject to availability.
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