WIN tickets to England v Australia with Guinness

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As Official Beer of England Rugby, GUINNESS is giving fans the chance to WIN a pair of tickets to England v Australia at Twickenham to see some epic rugby action as the teams go head-to-head in the QBE Internationals.

To mark the start of the QBE Internationals, GUINNESS is proud to announce the arrival of The GUINNESS Surge Bar, the brand new home for GUINNESS located in the new look West Car Park at Twickenham. To celebrate the opening of the new bar, GUINNESS has got England legend Lewis Moody on-board as the first ever landlord of The GUINNESS Surge Bar. Whilst Stuart Lancaster’s England team have been preparing for the Southern Hemisphere challenge on the pitch, Lewis and the GUINNESS team have been busy off it, as the new GUINNESS Surge Bar opens for the first time.

moodyLandlord Lewis is encouraging rugby fans to round-up their mates and join him at The GUINNESS Surge Bar to soak up the pre-match atmosphere as the teams prepare for the big game. Post-match there’ll be an exclusive Q&A with an England player to chat about the day’s game. Fans can Tweet their questions in advance using #LandlordLewis.

To be in with a chance to WIN a pair of tickets to England v Australia simply answer the question below and fill in your details – the competition shuts at 11am on Friday, November 1st:

At which stadium do England play their home matches?

Your Name*

Your Email*

Your Phone Number*

Lewis Moody is the official landlord of the new Guinness Surge Bar in the West Car Park at Twickenham. For more information visit Facebook.com/GuinnessGB

*Only for 18s or over. Limited to one entry per person.

Match dates are subject to RFU schedule changes and these tickets shall be issued subject to the RFU’s Ticket Distribution Conditions, the Terms of Admission and Ground Rules, which are incorporated into these Terms and Conditions.

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Photo by: Patrick Khachfe / Onside Images

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One comment on “WIN tickets to England v Australia with Guinness

  1. Two tickets are really great, four for a family would be even better so we dont have to make that choice of who goes and who doesn’t. Kids dont understand these things well.
    Just a thought..

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