Win a corporate box for five people to watch this season's rugby double header
Wednesday 24 August 2011
After a maiden Aviva Premiership Rugby Final win for Saracens in 2011, and a European Challenge Cup win for Harlequins, it will be a double dose of ‘Champions versus Challengers' when the London Double Header comes to Twickenham on Saturday the 3rd of September. The eighth London Double Header will once again signify the kick-off to another season of Aviva Premiership Rugby on 3 September.
Thanks to HHonors, the hotel guest loyalty program where you can earn rewards fast, you could be lucky enough to be there to see the action as the Aviva Premiership Season gets underway.
The first game - kicking off at Twickenham at 2pm - will see London Irish take on Harlequins, while the second game (at 4:30pm) will feature a clash between Saracens and London Wasps.
With two games of top class rugby and prices starting at just £15 for adults and £10 for all juniors, it's still the best way to start the season and one of the best value days out at an iconic sporting venue. But we at The Independent can go one better than this - with the chance to win a corporate hospitality box for five people to watch the match in real style.
Coming courtesy of Hilton HHonours, the prize includes food, drinks, programmes and a signed shirt from your favourite team - as well as 50,000 HHonours points. To enter, just answer the question below.
This competition closes on Tuesday 30 August. Please make sure you are easy to contact, and that you are free on 3 September to redeem your prize. The Independent's usual competition rules apply.
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