Lucky supporter won Harry Toffolo’s shirt
- The lucky winning number from the Blackburn Rovers game
- Christopher Savage from Bradley was the winner
- The Golden Gamble draw will take place at the Reading game
Who was the lucky winner from Huddersfield Town’s Golden Gamble draw, sponsored by Barden Print, against Blackburn Rovers?
With games being played behind-closed-doors, Town’s Golden Gamble draw, once again, took place virtually with match day compere Paul Ramsden doing the draw alongside the Club’s Promotions Department.
Hayley Moore, Town’s Lottery Administrator, drew out the following number:
Blue 1398 – Christopher Savage from Bradley
Alongside winning a fantastic cash prize, Christopher also won a very special prize! He won Harry Toffolo’s shirt from the Blackburn Rovers game!
Toffs also signed the jersey for the Huddersfield Town supporter.
Make sure you take part in the Golden Gamble draw for the Club’s home game against Reading on Saturday 2 January 2021!
The prize money on offer depends on the number of tickets purchased by supporters, but up to £1,000 could be on offer as the first prize come 3.45pm on Saturday afternoon!
Along with the big cash prize, you could also win a match-worn shirt signed by one of the players who features against Reading.
Tickets, costing just £1 each, will be on sale HERE until the 3pm kick-off on Saturday. Upon purchasing your ticket, you will receive an email from the Promotions Department with your lucky numbers.
50% of the proceeds, up to a maximum of £1,000, will be the first prize when the draw is made at half-time. The draw will be broadcast on Town’s social media accounts, with results placed on htafc.com following the game.
Please note that the usual rollover prize will be put on hold until supporters are able to watch games inside the John Smith’s Stadium again.
Should you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact the Promotions Department on 01484 960 697 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of staff will be pleased to assist.