Buy the 2013 Rhinos calendar and season review book together for just £15
With Christmas now less than two weeks away you have six shopping days left to get your Christmas gifts online! It's not too late to start your Christmas shopping.
Why not take advantage of a great offer which will make a brilliant stocking filler. Buy the official Leeds Rhinos 2013 calendar along with the 2012 season review book - The Joy of Six for just £15, which is a saving of 20% on the listed prices.
We also have a unique Leeds Rhinos 'Santa Stop Here' wall sign for the kids. With all these and more great items now available at the Leeds Rugby Retail store there is no better time to pick up a Christmas gift or two. All the Christmas items are selling fast so don't leave it too late to prevent any disappointment.
This weekend we have extended our opening hours at the Leeds Rugby Store (Headingley Carnegie Stadium) to include Sunday 16th December when we will be open 10am - 4pm, along with our normal opening hours Monday - Friday 9am -5pm and Saturday 9am - 4pm
If you cannot make it to the store you can still shop online in time for Christmas as we have discounted the express UK postage to just £1 until 9am Thursday 20th December 2012! Your last chance to order in time for Christmas is Thursday 20th December at 9am.
The USA sale shopping phenomenon known as 'Black Friday' is coming to Leeds Rugby Retail store this Friday 27th November with some exciting promotions that will enable all fans to really kick start their Christmas Shopping!
Young star Liam Sutcliffe has received the perfect birthday present after being awarded the number 14 squad number on his 21st birthday today as he and prop Brad Singleton, 23, have been rewarded for their best seasons at the club in 2015 by being promoted in the squad for next year.
Six time Grand Final winner Ryan Bailey could be set to make a return to Headingley Carnegie on the opening night of the 2016 First Utility Super League season after joining Warrington Wolves on a one year deal.
Dual code international John Bentley believes Kevin Sinfield will make a success of his switch to Rugby Union with Yorkshire Carnegie ahead of his Greene King IPA Championship debut this Friday against London Welsh at Headingley Carnegie.