For each home game this season, Headingley Retail will be offering fans a special offer in the club shop and this week you can bag a bargain in more ways than one.
For each home game this season, Headingley Retail will be offering fans a special offer in the club shop and this week you can bag a bargain in more ways than one. Each week will feature a different item so make sure you check at www.leedsrugby.com in the week leading up to the game or call in at the club shop on a match night to see how much you could be saving. This week for the game against Catalans we are offering half price sale on our range of Rhinos bags. The Sports bag which was £14 is now down to £7, the satchel was £13 but now is just £6, whilst the Lunch Bag is also at half price, reduced from £8 to just £4. Finally, the waist bag is just £5 reduced from £10. The offer runs from the 27th April until stocks last. Make sure you call in to the club shop on Saturday and pick up a bargain. Despite the South Stand and Carnegie Stand terrace being all ticket, all supporters can access the Club Shop on matchdays. If you enter the stadium via the turnstiles in the South Stand you can exit and re-enter the South Stand through the gate adjacent to the Carnegie Stand. Alternatively, if you enter the stadium via St Michael's Lane or Kirkstall Lane you can access the shop and then enter the South Stand, Carnegie Stand, Main Stand or Western terrace on presentation of a relevant ticket for that area. The shop remains open for 20 minutes after the match has finished for those supporters wishing to visit after the game.
Following both teams elimination from the Tetley's Challenge Cup last weekend, Leeds Rhinos and Wakefield have agreed to re-arrange the date for their postponed Round Eight Super League clash at the Rapid Solicitor's Stadium which will now be played on Friday 26th July, kick off 8pm.
Rugby League fans will have the opportunity to put questions about the ongoing Policy Review and planned competition restructuring directly to RFL Chief Executive Nigel Wood and RFL Chief Operating Officer Ralph Rimmer in a ground-breaking online question and answer session on Friday (May 17).