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Posted Tuesday, October 30th 2018

2018/19 Half season cards on sale

City half season cards are on sale now, with supporters enjoying the second half of the 2018/19 campaign for as little as £20 per game.

The ideal Christmas gift, adult half season card prices start from just £240 to cover the final 12 home games of the season as Lee Johnson’s men look to build on their encouraging start to the Sky Bet Championship campaign.

The half season card package starts from the Boxing Day clash against Brentford on Wednesday, December 26th (3pm kick-off) and includes a £10 reward balance to be spent in the Ashton Gate Store.

Secure your half season card

Under-12 half season cards start from just £50, including a free replica shirt, which can be claimed in store. Meanwhile, a family half season card package – which includes an adult and U-12 ticket – is available from just £20 per game.

Proof of age is required for all concessionary tickets.

The half season card benefits include 10% discount in the concourse, sports bar and coffee shop.

Disabled fans will be able to purchase a half season card with a 15% discount off the advanced adult price.

Half season cards will go on sale from Monday, October 29th at 10am and will remain on sale until Friday, December 21st at 5pm.

City’s chief executive officer Mark Ashton said: “The support at Ashton Gate has been superb this season and I know Lee and the players really appreciate effectively having a 12th man cheering them on.

“For supporters to be able to watch City from £20 a game after Christmas is great value and I’d urge people to buy a half season card for themselves or their family.”

See the table below or click here for the half season pricing grid.

2018/19 Games (fixtures subject to change)

  • Wednesday, December 26th (3pm) v Brentford
  • Saturday, December 29th (3pm) v Rotherham
  • Saturday, January 12th (3pm) v Bolton Wanderers
  • Saturday, February 2nd (3pm) v Swansea City
  • Wednesday, February 13th (7.45pm) v Queens Park Rangers
  • Saturday, February 16th (3pm) v Birmingham City
  • Saturday, March 9th (3pm) v Leeds United
  • Tuesday, March 12th (7.45pm) v Ipswich Town
  • Saturday, April 6th (3pm) v Wigan Athletic
  • Tuesday, April 9th (7.45pm) v West Bromwich Albion
  • Friday, April 19th (3pm) v Reading
  • Saturday, April 27th (3pm) v Derby County

PRICES IN FULL

Half season cards are on sale now

FAQs

When did half-season cards go on sale?

They were launched at 10am on Monday, October 29th 2018.

When do they go off sale?

5pm - Friday, December 21st 2018.

How do I get one?

The half season cards are available to purchase either online over the phone by calling Supporter Services: 0117 963 0600.

What are benefits?

Under-12s are entitled to a free replica shirt. The half season card benefits include 10% discount in the concourse, sports bar and coffee shop. Disabled fans will be able to purchase a half season card with a 15% discount off the advanced adult price.

How much will it cost me?

Prices start from £50 (Under-12s) to £360 (adults). See pricing grid above.

Can I pay in instalments?

Full payment for half season cards must be made at time of purchase.

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