6 August 2013, 8:52am
Bath Rugby would like to welcome all our Season Ticket Holders to the first exclusive event of the season on Saturday 17th August, where you'll be able to mingle with all the players and coaches.
We play host to Bristol that afternoon, kick-off 15.00, but Season Ticket Holders will have a dedicated area on the outfield where you'll be able to meet up with friends, enjoy preferential rates on food and drink, and meet the squad after the game – just keep an eye out that they aren't eating too many pork baps please!
Being a Derby day, and with our old foes Bristol coming to town, we know that the anticipation will see our supporters ready to begin their build-up to the big match as early as possible. To this end, pints of Thatchers cider and Wadworth beer will be available for just £2.70 from 13.00, with the fittingly meaty servings of the Jolly Hog and Sausage also for sale with a £1 discount on all menu options. And all you need to do is show them your season ticket card and valid match ticket to gain entry to the marquee.
We look forward to welcoming you all to what promises to be a great day out resulting in, we hope, an epic victory against our beloved neighbours followed by a cracking party!
Tickets for this match are still available and can be booked over the phone on 0844 448 1865, online or in person at the Ticket Office on Pulteney Bridge.
Limited number of Season Tickets remaining!
Bath Rugby season tickets are now on general sale, but to secure your seat at the Rec you'll have to move quickly as only limited numbers remain!
If you buy a season ticket you can save up to a whopping £180 and, if a guaranteed seat at every game of this coming season wasn't enough, you can also get a whole range of fantastic benefits:
With a host of new signings and 10 returning internationals, this season looks set to be one of the most exciting in years.
From young, English, super-talented playmakers, to enormous, grizzly forwards, we guarantee thrills all season, and our Ticket Office have a package to suit everybody.
Wherever you choose to sit this season, you will see big games and lots of action. Although Round One sees us flying north to face Newcastle, week two sees old rivals Leicester Tigers roll into town, for what will be the 100th anniversary of the first clash between the two sides. Will the boys be able to beat them as dramatically as they did at the end of last season? Only time will tell, but wouldn't it be a shame to miss it!