Gift something special this Valentine's Day

With under a week until Valentine's Day, we've found you some of the best gift ideas for rugby lovers, to suit all ages and budgets.

1. England Rugby Soft Touch Travel Mug - £10

Make sure your workspace reflects your passion. The England Rugby branding and style will add a unique look wherever you put it. Also a great gift for all those trips that will hopefully happen in the not too distant future!
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2. The England Rugby Rose (Pot Grown) - £15.99

In partnership with Harkness roses, one of the most prominent breeders of British roses, England Rugby is launching a brand new rose. This stunning new red rose variety bred by Harkness Roses has been produced exclusively for the RFU to mark the 150th anniversary of English Rugby.
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3. The 150th RFU Anniversary Book - £30

An official, fully illustrated coffee-table book celebrating 150 Years of England Rugby. The book is written by the curator of the World Rugby Museum, Phil McGowan, and features essays from some of game's best writers. An ideal gift for the true rugby fan!
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4. Autumn Internationals Hospitality Experience - From £299

Indulge in the finest dining and bring that special someone to The Home of England Rugby to watch the autumn internationals this November. The biggest teams in the world will play back-to-back rugby over three weekends at Twickenham.

● Saturday 6th November: England v Emerging Nation (TBC) - Find out more
● Saturday 13th November: England v Australia - Find out more
● Saturday 20th November: England v South Africa - Find out more

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5. World Rugby Museum Vouchers - 20% off

Although the World Rugby Museum is currently closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, why not buy a gift voucher for your loved one and look forward to visiting the museum once it's open again. The museum has a collection of over 41,000 objects that are displayed within their permanent galleries.

Get 20% off all vouchers with the code 'VALENTINE' until 14/02/2021 at worldrugbymuseum.com

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