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Saturday, May 4th 2019
The battle for the final play-off spot will go down to the wire, with the Robins on the road to face Hull City today (May 5th, 12.30pm KO).
Over 1,000 tickets have been sold for the trip to the KCOM Stadium, from City's allocation of 2,464.
It is also pay on the day for supporters travelling to East Yorkshire.
Collections and duplicates will be from the Ticket Zone which is situated next to the Club Shop. Tickets on the day can be purchased from the Pitch Side Bar which is located next to turnstiles 1 – 5. There will not be a price increase.
Both the Ticket Zone and Pitch Side Bar will be open from 10.30am - two hours ahead of kick-off.
Supporters are advised that Hull City operate a zonal system, meaning the price of tickets vary according to the seat position within the away end (see below).
Blocks N6 and N7 have sold out, with the remaining blocks now on sale. Please note supporters will be unable to get a refund or transfer tickets.
There are three price levels across the available six blocks:
N6 - £18 (Wheelchair tickets will be issued in this block at the same price)
N7 - £18
NE1 - £24
E1 - £24
E2 - £24
E3 - £27
Ambulant disabled users are to pay the relevant price for their chosen block and will receive a free carer. Wheelchair users will be issued tickets within N6 and will also receive a free carer.
Babies/toddlers under the age of two years old will not be admitted to the stadium as they are not deemed able to occupy a seat which compromises the stadium’s safety certificate.
Unaccompanied children/young people under the age of 14 years will not be admitted into the KCOM Stadium.
Tickets went off sale from Ashton Gate at 4pm on Friday.
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