Use your club’s code for 10% OFF every time you buy

As you may know, it’s been our mission here at Ruck Science to sponsor every rugby club on the planet. To date we’ve made cash donations to more than 600 men’s, women’s, college and high-school clubs (about 20%) across the United States.

Today, we’re announcing a major upgrade to our sponsorship program aimed at giving more value to players. As of October 15th, every time you use your club’s coupon code, you’ll get 10% off your order. 

Please note, this discount is in addition to the 10% we donate to your rugby club. 

Why The Change?

  1. More than 50% of orders are currently being placed without a club code, which means we don’t know who you play for or where to send your donation.
  2. We’ve found a way to reduce our manufacturing costs and we’d like to pass those savings on to you, our customers.

What To Do

If you haven’t yet, create an account on ruckscience.com (you get $10 for doing this). Then cruise over to the codes page to find the coupon code associated with your rugby club. Enter that code on either the /cart/ or /checkout/ page when you’re ordering and your 10% discount will be applied automatically.

No Club Code?

We’re doing our best to create codes for every club in the US, but if you can’t find your club on the codes page, please complete the sponsorship form and we’ll have it setup within 48 hours. 

Overseas Clubs

If you’re reading this in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Heaven or anywhere else rugby is played, please know that we are actively seeking license partners in your country. Want to partner with us and run one of the world’s fastest growing rugby brands? Learn more about licensing and apply today.

10% OFF

Use your club’s code and save 10% every time you shop with us. 

AUTHOR

Tim Howard

Tim Howard

Tim is one of the founders at Ruck Science who settled in Austin, TX after playing rugby all over the world for the past two decades. He's constantly used as a guinea pig for our most advanced or controversial diet and training experiments.

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