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All-Ticket Ruling For Brighton Trip

The club is reminding supporters that this Saturday’s trip to Brighton & Hove Albion is ALL-TICKET (kick-off 5.30pm).

Subsequently, City fans without tickets are advised not to travel to Amex Stadium as they will not be able to pay on the day.

To date, 800 tickets have been sold to away supporters and they remain on general sale.

With so much riding on the game for the home team, Brighton have requested part of the remaining allocation be sent back for their own supporters to purchase.

If sales remain at the current pace, City will return a portion of its allocation to the Seagulls, leaving approximately 200 tickets to sell.

Sales will end at 2pm on Friday (April 28th), subject to availability.

Ticket collections on the day will be from the Ticket Office in the Amex Stadium North Stand.

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