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Posted Tuesday, January 16th 2018

Bolton away tickets on sale

Tickets for City’s televised trip to Bolton Wanderers will go on sale today (10am).

The Sky Bet Championship fixture will be played at the Macron Stadium on Friday, February 2nd (8pm kick-off) after being selected by Sky Sports - the club's ninth TV game of the season.

The club has received an initial allocation of 555 tickets, which includes ten pairs of wheelchair and carer tickets.

TICKET PRICES

Adult - £30
Senior 65+ - £24
Under-23 - £24
Armed Forces - £20 (Only available to purchase over the telephone. Armed Forces personnel must show their MOD 90 at the time of purchase)
Under-18 - £10
Under-12 - £8

Wheelchair using adults will be charged £26, Senior 65+, Under-23s and Armed Forces £20, Under-18s £10 and Under-12s £8.

SALES PROCEDURE

Season card PLUS holders will get the first opportunity to purchase from 10am today (Tuesday), followed by all season card holders from Friday.

Forever Bristol members are next in line from Wednesday, January 24th, with any remaining tickets being placed on general sale from Monday, January 29th.

Please note tickets will go off sale on Friday, February 2nd at 11am.

PARKING OPTIONS

Car parking facilities are available for away supporters and are priced at £7 per car and £12 per minibus, with payment made on entry to the car park.

Disabled wheelchair bays are also available on a first-come, first-served basis and the above charges apply.

COACH TRAVEL

CATS will be running coaches to the Macron Stadium, which depart Ashton Gate’s Winterstoke car park at 1.15pm. Seats cost £24 for season card PLUS members, with all others paying £29.

Fans will not be able to park at on site.

 

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