Forget the turtle doves, or the partridge in a pear tree – Pontypridd RFC has twelve top Christmas gift ideas all of its own!
Enjoy your festive shopping!
Don't miss any of the action as Ponty chase silverware in the New Year – half season tickets available to cover five Premiership games from 1st January 2011, priced at £45.00 Grandstand / £35.00 Ground with concessions.
A meaningful gift for the die-hard Ponty fan, and an investment in the club’s future, available at £50.00 per share.
The new pink and anthracite shirts have gone down a treat with players and fans alike – pick up a new shirt for just £49.00.
If you fancy splashing out on a new car this Christmas, there’s no better deal than the Griffin Mill special offer for Ponty supporters.
Our club captain miniaturised and immortalised – the Chris Dicomidis figure on sale from the World of Groggs retailing at £39.95.
The ideal stocking filler – vouchers for the Pontypridd RFC Club Shop worth from £5.00 to £20.00.
A limited number of tickets still available for Ricky Tomlinson’s comedy night at Sardis Road on 28th January, priced at £20.00 each.
If shopping on-line for all kinds of gifts is your preference, log on to Amazon via the club website – we get a percentage of all sales.
A festive seasonal hit launched by the face of Pontypridd sponsors, Gocompare.com – renowned opera singer Gio Compario belts out "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust.
If 2011 is the year of getting fit, take advantage of the One to One gymnasium’s special Ponty RFC membership – just £195.00 for the whole year.
A 10% discount for Ponty fans at the Merthyr store on production of a season or match ticket.
Pop into the Club Shop to browse around the wide range of leisurewear, trinkets and accessories, all club branded, to round off your Christmas shop.
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Gwerthiant tocynnau tymor ar i fyny, llu o noddwyr newydd, carfan gref... beth yw'r arolygon i Bontypridd am y tymor i ddod? Season ticket sales on the increase, new sponsors on board, a strong playing squad... what are the season's prospects for Pontypridd RFC?