Saracens use Henson as bait for money-back scheme
September 17, 2013
Fresh from offering Gloucester fans a money-back guarantee if they predicted the right winner from Sunday's game, Saracens have now offered Bath supporters a unique proposition.
Not shy from pushing the boundaries, Saracens have informed Bath supporters, with a Bath postcode, that they will get their money back on any ticket bought for Sunday's game if Gavin Henson, who played for Sarries in the past, scores a single point at Allianz Park.
Clare Jackson of Saracens Supporters Services said: "It really is that simple - if Gavin gets on the score sheet, Bath fans can travel back home this Sunday with a full refund".
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