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Christmas offers galore with Albion News

18 December 2015

10 per cent off in the club shop...and a special double deal on '300'

ALBION News is back on Saturday and, since this is the season to be jolly, we’re bunging some very special offers your way.
Pick up your copy and inside you will find a voucher entitling you to 10% off all purchases in the club shop, an ideal bit of help with your Christmas shopping.
And if you are looking for that last minute present for the Albion fan who’s got everything, look out for our double deal on Albion News and our special '300' book, covering all the legendary triple centurions from our rich history.
Buy the two of them together and it’ll cost you just £7.50, a 99p saving on the two.
An if that’s not enough, buying Albion News also gets you a voucher for 50p off any pre-match purchase from the Christmas special menu inside The Hawthorns.
When you’ve finished tucking into your grub, then you can tuck into the programme that is positively groaning under the weight of all the goodies we’ve crammed into it.
Star of the show is James Morrison with the first part of an in depth interview with the Scottish international.
There’s plenty more besides, as Albion News brings you Christmas with all the trimmings. 
As well as the usual sales points in and around the stadium, there are new locations where you can pick up your Albion News. They are:
The Sportsman (High St), ‪@TheVineFood (Roebuck St), the new Supporters Club (Roebuck Lane), The Hawthorns train / metro station; outside the cricket club, outside East End Foods car park, outside Hughes (Birmingham Road). 
If you can’t get to the games and want to subscribe to the programme, click here to subscribe.
To buy single issues, visit here. 
And for a digital option, for iPad / iPhone, search Albion News on the App Store or Newsstand. For Android go here.
Albion News: more than just a football programme. If Albion is your religion, this is your hymn book. Has been for years. You should try it.

You know it makes sense.

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