Exclusive Club Membership discounts end in 2 days!
28 April 2014 10:39
By Lucy Nottage
30 April is the last day to join as a Club Member for the 2014/15 Season and take advantage of your exclusive discount. For renewers, the discount is 15% and, if you wish, you can keep your seat.
Fans who were season ticket holders in the 2011/12 or 2012/13 seasons (but not in 2013/14) and those who purchased Try 5, Final 5 or 3+ tickets in the 2013/14 season, your exclusive 10% discount expires on 30 April.
At the heart of the decision to launch Club Membership, the new name for Season Tickets, is a belief that you, the fans, are what makes Gloucester Rugby great.
Club Membership offers the best price in the stadium and a whole host of additional benefits, including an interest free direct debit option. Join before 30 April and you can spread the cost over 8 months.
You'll also receive loyalty points as a thank you from us (registration is required). If you cannot make a match for any reason then you can sell your ticket through StubHub; a partnership which has been set up for the exclusive benefit of Club Members.
Find out more about the benefits on offer for the 2014/15 season.
Renewers, don't forget, we've got some extra exclusive offers. Upgrade to a Gold seat and you could win 1 or 10 Mira Showers up to the value of £500 (rrp, including VAT) plus installation. Upgrade to a Silver seat and get a free Mira showerhead worth £21.84 (rrp). Renew in the Stowford Press Stand and you will receive a 'thank you' gift from Stowford Press.
Club Memberships can be purchased online, by calling the Ticket Office on 0871 871 8781 option 2* or in person at the ticket office. To ensure you make the 30 April deadline, we do not advise posting your membership form.
* Calls to this number cost 10p per minute from a BT Landline. Charges from other networks may vary.
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