Were you a lucky winner in the Golden Gamble draw?
- Winning numbers from the Middlesbrough Golden Gamble draw
- You could win £3,250 at the Barnsley game
- Money raised by the Promotions Department goes to the Town Academy
Were you a lucky winner from Huddersfield Town’s Golden Gamble draw, sponsored by Barden Print, at Wednesday’s game against Middlesbrough?
Town defender Rarmani Edmonds-Green made his way onto the John Smith’s Stadium pitch to draw the following numbers
First prize (£1,000)
Blue 2669 – Lucy Moorhouse from Elland
White 6634 – Chris Dalton
White 8430 – Tim Moriarty
White 9930 – Not Claimed Yet
Gold 2772 – Not Claimed Yet
No-one took part in the Take Your Pick game, which means the cash rollover will be £2,250 against Barnsley on Saturday.
That means that you could walk away from the Barnsley game with up to £3,250 if you purchase a Golden Gamble ticket!
For as little as £1 you could walk away with the first cash prize of up to £1,000 if your ticket is drawn out first!
You will then be invited down pitch-side during half-time at the match to take part in the Take Your Pick game, where you can win the cash rollover of £2,250 or some brand-new Huddersfield Town prizes!
If your ticket isn’t drawn out first, don’t worry, you can still win! There are three runner-up prizes of £50!
To be a part of Huddersfield Town’s half-time Golden Gamble draw, sponsored by Barden Print, all you have to do is buy a £1 Golden Gamble ticket from the sellers around the John Smith’s Stadium. Make sure you look out for them wearing the pink bibs!
If you purchase five Golden Gamble tickets, then you will also receive a Gold Ticket, which will put you in a special draw!
If your Gold ticket is drawn out, then you will win two Directors’ Box tickets and food for Town’s Sky Bet Championship game against Birmingham City.
For more information about Town’s Golden Gamble draw or to become a Blue and White Foundation member call 01484 960 697.
As is always the case, all money raised through the Golden Gamble will go to supporting the Huddersfield Town Academy. The proceeds from the Blue & White Foundation, the ‘On the Move’ lottery and other raffles will also continue to fund the Academy’s accommodation for games in the UK and overseas.