Merry Quizmas Everyone! Free virtual quiz tickets for RGU students

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This Christmas we've teamed up with our friends at Yellow Elephant Promotions to bring you four virtual quizzes with some amazing festive themes!

  • HOME ALONE (Monday 21st)
  • GAVIN & STACEY (Tuesday 22nd)
  • LOVE ACTUALLY (Wednesday 23rd)
  • CHRISTMAS MUSIC (Thursday 24th)

FREE ENTRY for RGU students using the discount code RGUOFFER. To book your space head to and remember to use the discount code at the checkout!

To find out more, or if you have any questions, like and message Yellow Elephant Promotions on Facebook.


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