Monday, 11 October 2010

Autumn Internationals - Raffle Tickets

It’s that time of year again and the Autumn Internationals are fast approaching.

Tickets up for grabs

We've been allocated tickets to three of the four England games and as per usual we'll be distributing them to Club Members via a raffle, the winners of which, will be given the right to buy the International Tickets at face value.

We have been allocated 24 tickets to each of the games ranging in price from £40 to £73 each.

The first raffle is for tickets to England vs New Zealand game at Twickenham on Saturday November 6th, Kick off is at 14.30. The raffle will be held in the Clubhouse at 8pm on Saturday the 16th October and tickets are on sale now, details below.

Be in with a chance to win

Raffle tickets are just £2.50 each and are available for purchase 
  • at the bar in the clubhouse
  • from your team manager on Saturdays
  • from the secretary by emailing and by transferring money to the club's bank account (HSBC 40-02-44 / 21413503)

You can also trade in your volunteer hours at 1 hour for 1 ticket, get in contact with to ensure your total hours are up to date. 
 Even if you don't have many volunteer hours to cash in or just purchase one or two entries to the raffle, you're still
in with a good chance of winning because we don't let any winner buy more than four international tickets

The other games are:
  • England vs Australia on the 13th of November, kick off is 14.30 – Raffle tickets will be sold from the 10th of October and drawn on the 23rd of October.
  • England vs South Africa on the 27th of November, kick off is 14.30 – Raffle tickets will be sold from the 17th of October start and drawn on the 30th of October.

Remember, the chance to buy international tickets are one of the benefits of Millwall Membership so if you win the raffle, you'll need to make sure you are a paid up member to exercise your right to buy the tickets.

Good luck in the Raffle and I hope to see you down at Clubhouse
enjoying the warmth and refreshments.


David Leftley

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