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Blades tickets on sale from Monday

Tickets for City’s trip to the newly-promoted Sheffield United will go on sale from Monday (10am).

The Sky Bet Championship encounter will be broadcasted live on Sky Sports on Friday, December 8th (7.45pm) and the club has received an initial allocation of 600 tickets.

Tickets are priced as follows: Adults - £22, Senior 60+ - £15, Students (with a valid NUS card)/Aged 18-21 - £13, Under-18 - £11.

Ambulant disabled and wheelchair-using supporters will pay the relevant price category, except for adults, who will be charged £15.

SALES PROCEDURE & CATS

Season card PLUS members can purchase online from Monday (10am), with all season card holders able to buy from November 10th.

Forever Bristol members can secure their seat from Wednesday, November 15th, before tickets go on general sale from November 20th.

CATS will be running to Bramall Lane, departing Ashton Gate at 1pm. Seats costs £24 for season card PLUS holders, £29 for all others.

Supporters are advised there will be no parking at Ashton Gate due to Bristol rugby playing at home that evening.

Tickets will go off sale at 11am on Friday, December 8th. 

City last travelled to Bramall Lane on the opening day of the 2014/15 double-winning season - also screened on Sky Sports - and ran out 2-1 winners courtesy of goals from Aaron Wilbraham and Wade Elliott. 

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