Give the gift of Premiership rugby this Christmas with a special Bristol Bears membership offer

Give the gift of Premiership rugby this Christmas with a special Bristol Bears membership offer

Posted on: 09 Nov 2018

Back in the Gallagher Premiership in 2018/19 following a season in the second division, Bristol Bears are back in the swing of things and getting used to life in the top flight. With four wins in five home games this season the side are quickly turning Ashton Gate Stadium into something of a fortress, and there's no better place to watch Bristol take on the best teams in the country. Membership packages are available this Christmas with the added incentive of a FREE ticket to an upcoming home fixture or £10 to spend in the club shop.

Bristol Bears Christmas membership offer.

At a cost of just £20, standard Bristol Bears memberships come with a long list of benefits including £5 off every single league game at Ashton Gate Stadium, £5 to spend on club merchandise, £5 off Ashton Gate Stadium concessions, two free Bristol Bears Under-19s tickets and more. 


With the Christmas offer, though, you'll be getting all that PLUS a FREE ticket to one of two upcoming Bears home matches - against Enisei and Exeter respectively - or a further £10 to spend on club merchandise.


The European Challenge Cup fixture against Russian outfit Enisei STM on Saturday 19th January is sure to be a tasty matchup, while the following match against Westcountry rivals Exeter Chiefs on Saturday 26th January will certainly be one to watch as The Bears look to climb up the Premiership table in the new year.


With all of the Christmas extras included a Bristol Bears membership could potentially carry over £50 worth of value until the end of the season - act now and treat the rugby-mad people in your life to a great gift this Christmas!


Bristol Bears Christmas membership packages are on sale now and can be found here. For more information or to find out more about future Bristol Bears fixtures, visit the official Bears website or check out their Facebook page.

Article by:

Matt Robson

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