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Win a Citizen Watch at the Aviva Premiership Rugby Final

Premiership Rugby can announce that following its success last year, Citizen Watch UK will again be giving supporters at the Aviva Premiership Rugby Final this Saturday 28 May the chance to win a Citizen watch if they discover a golden ticket in their match day programme.

Five lucky fans who discover one of the special gold tickets in their final programme will win a Citizen Eco-Drive watch worth up to £399 thanks to Citizen Watch UK, the Official Timekeeper of Aviva Premiership Rugby.
 
"Citizen Watch UK really are giving supporters the chance to win not just one but five golden tickets which is amazingly generous!" said Paul Morgan, Communications Director at Premiership Rugby.
 
"This will mean that not only will each supporter have the chance to win a Citizen watch but they will have picked up a programme to commemorate what's set to be an amazing final.
 
"The programme is packed with player features, great articles and all of the head to head statistics between the two Aviva Premiership Rugby Finalist teams. It is a great guide to the day and a real souvenir of what will be an unforgettable day, a clash between two world class sides."
 
If you want to be at the world's biggest club rugby final, this Saturday's Aviva Premiership Rugby Final on 28 May, tickets are still available from premiershiprugby.com/final.
 

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