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Posted Wednesday, February 28th 2018

2018/19 season card prices announced

Bristol City FC has released its season card prices for the 2018/19 campaign – with prices for adults from just £15 per game.

With season card numbers at record levels and attendances at a 39-year high, City are still in the midst of a battle to win promotion to the Premier League.

In addition to the announced prices, which will be applicable to whichever division City find themselves in next season, the club has also confirmed it will be extending its popular Family Area in 2018/19 and introducing a brand new supporter loyalty scheme.

The hugely popular £50 Under-12 season card, including a free shirt, will continue in the South Stand and extended Family Area. Any Under-12 who purchases a season card in the Dolman Stand or Lansdown Stand lower will also be eligible to claim a free shirt, although the season card price is subject to a rise.

A pay monthly scheme will be offered exclusively in the advanced sales period only, with the cost of a season card split over ten months**. The first payment is due on May 1st.

ON SALE SOON

Season cards will go on sale from Monday, March 5th at 10am, with existing seats reserved until Monday, March 19th at 9.30am.

City chief executive Mark Ashton said: “The support we’ve received this season has been fantastic and has played a key role in our results to date, both in the league and in our historic Carabao Cup run.

“There is still so much to play for this season and no matter what happens between now and May, these advanced prices will be the best possible price to support the team next season.

“With our cheapest adult season card price available equating to just £15 per game and the most expensive to £26 per game, we continue to offer excellent value for money for our supporters at Ashton Gate.

“Importantly, we will also continue to offer all Under-12s a free replica shirt as part of their season card. This is a truly unique offer across football and has proved extremely popular in the local community.

“Thank you for your continued support throughout 2017/18 – it’s invaluable as we strive for a successful end to the campaign.”

FROM £15 PER GAME

From 2018/19 onwards, all Family Area adult prices will be reduced to £15 per game***, while rates across the South Stand have been frozen.

The prices in the Dolman Stand wings and central will increase to £18 and £22 per game respectively, while in the Lansdown Stand lower wings and central the adult prices work out at £22 and £26 respectively.

The lowest price in the Dolman Stand for under-12s is now £99, including a free shirt, while juniors in the Lansdown Stand are encouraged to move to the extended and improved Family Area in the upper tier to take advantage of the cheapest possible price in that stand.

To fall in line with matchday prices, disabled supporters will now pay the relevant age category for their 2018/19 season card, with one carer free if required. However, disabled supporters will be able to call up from the first day of sales (March 5th) to secure their season card fee-free.  

In addition, disabled adult supporters will receive a 15% discount for the 2018/19, as the club begins to bring pricing in line with matchday rates by selling against age categories.

* £2 fee charged for all phone purchases, except for disabled supporters
** Plus £25 admin fee
***All prices are worked out across 23 home league games, rounded to the nearest pound

PRICES IN FULL

ASHTON GATE STADIUM PLAN

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