WIN! Simply The Best Night in Auction and Raffle
Wed 4th November 2020
Top prizes include the trip of a lifetime for two people to America’s top entertainment destination, Las Vegas, where you can take in the sights and sounds of the strip and enjoy the amazing resorts, gaming, shopping, shows and dining experiences.
We also have a host of top Rangers prizes, including collectible memorabilia such as a Rangers shirt signed by Manager Steven Gerrard, Allan McGregor’s signed gloves, match worn boots signed by Hagi, Itten and Helander, and several Poppy shirts, including Ryan Kent’s.
For a truly unique experience, we also have several virtual meet and greets up for grabs with fan favourites Jermain Defoe, Captain James Tavernier and Kemar Roofe. We even have Director’s Box tickets so you can catch a match from the very best seats in the house at Ibrox!
Other auction items include an amazing North Coast 500 trip for five nights, featuring some of the most stunning scenery in Europe, and golf with an overnight stay at the luxurious Turnberry resort. Take a look HERE for all the details.
Our raffle costs just £10 to take part, or £20 for three entries, and includes prizes such as tickets for Rangers Player of the Year event, Royal Salute 21 Year Old Scotch Whiskey, a signed team shirt, a Molton Brown hamper of goodies worth £500 and a number of overnight hotel stays and meals.
If you haven’t already got your tickets for ‘Simply The Best Night In’, click here to make sure you are part of our exciting virtual event on Saturday 7 November.
Join us LIVE from the comfort of your own home for Q&A sessions with Rangers favourites such as Steven Gerrard, Walter Smith, Michael Mols, Arthur Numan, Ian Durrant and Alex Rae, live music and exclusive interviews with first team players – all for just £25!
Every penny raised will go towards the Rangers Charity Foundation’s work as a force for good across Glasgow, Scotland and the world. During what has been a difficult year for us all, your ticket will make a huge difference to the future of the charity and the people it supports.