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Cheese ‘n’ Tickets – Aviva Premiership Rugby Final Christmas Gift

This Christmas, Premiership Rugby is offering fans a special gift with selected tickets for the Aviva Premiership Rugby Final 2015.

Buy a selected ticket for the Aviva Premiership Rugby Final 2015 and you will receive a FREE 200g wheel of wonderful creamy vintage Godminster organic cheddar in a presentation box.  This limited offer is the perfect Christmas present for all rugby and cheese lovers.
 
The Cheese ‘n’ Tickets offer is the only way you can receive Aviva Premiership Rugby Final tickets before 25 December. Order your Cheese ‘n’ Tickets from premiershiprugby.com/christmas by 5pm on Monday 15 December and this festive treat including a seat at the world’s biggest club rugby final will be sent straight to your door.
 
“The world's biggest club rugby final will once again be played in front of a sold-out Twickenham Stadium so it’s only fitting that we’ve partnered with Godminster to provide a premium Christmas gift with a ticket to a premium sporting event,” said Dominic Hayes, Commercial Director, Premiership Rugby.
 
“Max Davidson, former restaurant critic, the Daily Telegraph called Godminster cheddar “The best cheddar I have ever tasted”.
 
"One of the greatest things about the event is the atmosphere. It doesn't matter if you support either side – everyone gets involved and has a fantastic time," added Hayes.

"The whole occasion is a celebration of rugby. Whether you're with family or friends, a supporter of one of the Finalists or experiencing a game for the first time, the Final sticks in everyone's memory.”
 

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