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QUID A KID FOR BARNET

31 January 2013

Happy Hour and Meal Deal offers

Bristol Rovers are encouraging fans to come and celebrate a new era for the club at our next home game against Barnet tomorrow.

Earlier this month Sainsbury’s were granted permission by Bristol City Council to develop the current Memorial Stadium site, leaving the way clear for Rovers to crack on with the new UWE Stadium.

We missed out on the chance to mark the occasion after our match against Exeter was postponed, so we want to make this Friday night game a really party atmosphere.

In addition to that we are hoping to build on the back to back away wins we have put together against Fleetwood and Rotherham.

To help encourage families along to the match we are running a quid a kid offer across all areas of the stadium.*

And for the adults, our Happy Hour will run both before and after the game, with the bars opening from 5pm.

This offer will be in the Clubhouse, in the Bristol Room, Members Bar and the Memorial Room.
 
It will consist of a discount of £1 off per pint, on all draught beers, except the guest ale. And there will also be money off the cost of a pint of coke or lemonade and orange.

There will also be discounts on food from the snack kitchen and a Meal Deal at the pasty huts around the stadium.

The Meal Deal will include a pasty/pie + tea/coffee/soft drink + a large bag of crisps + a chocolate bar for just £5.

So you can come straight from work and eat and drink here at the Memorial Stadium.

And the club shop is also joining in: all home shirts will be half price from Pirate Leisure from 5pm onwards.

So please come down and help us celebrate the future of Bristol Rovers, and get behind John Ward and the boys as they seek to retain our League status.

Early Bird tickets for the game are available until 5pm on Thursday.

*Tickets can be bought in advance or on the day, but seat tickets must be purchased from the ticket office. The offer is available in terraced and seated areas and there is no restrictions on the number of children per adult.

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