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Wednesday, June 20th 2018
Season Cards for the 2018/19 campaign will go off sale at 5pm today (Wednesday, June 20th).
Adult season cards work out from just £16 per game - £360 for the campaign - but this will increase when they go back on sale from 10am tomorrow (Thursday, June 21st).
All disabled adult season cards have a 15 per cent discount on the advertised adult price.
Prices have been frozen for our youngest fans in both the new extended Family Area (Lansdown Upper Stand) and the South Stand.
Under-12s are able to bag their 18/19 season cards from just £2 per game - £50 for the season with all Under 12’s, across the stadium, receiving a complimentary home shirt too.
Under-19 prices (those aged 12-18) also remain fixed and start from £4 per game - £99 for the season in the South Stand and the Family Area in the Upper Lansdown Stand.
Under-22 prices (those aged 19-21) start from £7 per match - £160 for the season.
Concession prices (those aged 65+ and 22-24) start from £13 per match - £300 for the season.
Season Cards purchased after 10am tomorrow (June 21st) will be subject to a rise. This will be the final sales period which ends at 5pm on Friday, August 3rd, ahead of the new campaign.
Only single seats remain in the South Stand and the singing section has completely sold out.
Ashton Gate looks like it will be even more popular with 14,000 City supporters already signed up for the 2018/19 campaign, during the initial sales period earlier in the year.
A third of all season card holders are under the age of 25, as the club continues to build its core fanbase for the future – with the extended Family Area proving popular.
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