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Posted: Friday, August 11th 2017
Friday, August 11th 2017
City supporters WILL NOT be able to pay on the day at Birmingham City tomorrow (kick-off 3pm).
To date, sales for the visit to St Andrew's currently sit at 1,850.
Tickets for the Sky Bet Championship fixture will remain on sale until 4.30pm today - after which time no more tickets will be available to purchase.
Supporters without tickets are urged not to visit St Andrew's on the day as they will not gain access.
Tickets are priced £25 for adults, £20 for senior citizens and students, £15 for fans aged 13-18 and just £10 for under-13s.
CATS coaches are sold out for the trip to Birmingham.
Parking for CATS travellers will be free in the Winterstoke Road car park. Fans should take a ticket from the entrance barrier to gain access to the car park. A second ticket will be handed out by coach stewards, which can be used to exit the car park at the end of the day.
Birmingham City have produced a handy guide to St Andrew's, including parking information, areas of interest and all the key details you'd require.
This also includes a special PDF for away supporters.
Meanwhile, it has been confirmed that alcohol will not be served to away supporters tomorrow.
Click here to view the guide.
Sales for City's visit to Brentford's Griffin Park on Tuesday have now surpassed the 1,200-mark.
The full allocation is 1,650 and they remain on general sale.
Buy tickets by calling 0117 963 0600 or online.
All CATS coaches for this match have sold out.
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