Win hospitality tickets for Leeds United v Millwall at Elland Road

Your Yorkshire Evening Post has joined with Leeds United's official enery partner to offer readers the chance of a fantastic day out at the club as it seeks promotion to the Premier League.

Wednesday, 22nd January 2020, 11:45 am
Updated Wednesday, 22nd January 2020, 5:41 pm
You could be watching Leeds United take on Millwall at Elland Road this weekend.

We’re offering two pairs of hospitality places in the Eddie Gray suite at Elland Road, for the home clash against Millwall.

To be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is email your name and contact details to [email protected] using the subject ‘Leeds v Millwall’ competition’. Entries need to be with us by 5pm on Thursday, January 23. The winners will be notified by Utilita and tickets will be available for collection at the club on the day of the match.

Utilita provides energy to more than 800,000 customers as a leading alternative to the Big Six.

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They installed Britain’s first ever smart meter back in 2008; in 2020, 90 per cent of its customers – the highest percentage in the UK – have one installed, allowing them greater control of their energy consumption.

The energy provider is now in its third year as sponsor of United’s junior kit, with the firm pledging to donate £2 to the Leeds United Foundation for every kids’ shirt sold.

They have recently launched Utilita’s #EnergyHigh5 campaign, which officially launches in early January, is a positive behaviour change campaign designed to educate the nation on how every household can waste less energy and save approximately £163 on their annual energy bill by making five simple and free-of-charge adjustments to the way we use energy at home, including:

1. Turning the heating off, when out (£80)

2. Turning lights off in unoccupied rooms (£14)

3. Using a 30C wash instead of 40C / 60C (£9)

4. Avoid using standby mode (£30)

5. Unplug unused electrical items (£30)

The campaign will include school and sports team education programmes, access to subsidised energy saving items and white goods, and will put pressure on the UK Government for new rules to support consumer choices - all of which will be supported by some of the nation’s best known personalities.

To sign up to the Utilita #EnergyHigh5 Pledge and access simple-to-follow advice on reducing energy wastage, visit To keep up to date with all the latest news, videos and competitions from Utilita, follow @UtilitaFootball on Twitter.

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