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Bristol City 2017/18 Season Cards On Sale Now

Bristol City season cards for 2017/18 are now on sale – offering fans the best possible prices, with adults paying the equivalent of £15 a game!

  • Prices from just £15 per game for adults
  • Singing section returns to the South Stand end
  • New dedicated Family Area to be improved in Lansdown Stand upper
  • Deadline for renewals is Monday, April 3rd at 10am
  • Season cards go off sale Friday, April 21st at 5pm 

Following feedback from FAN, the season card package will again reward loyalty by including PLUS membership – which usually costs £20 – for free to everyone who renews during the advanced sales period. PLUS membership offers 15% discount on food, drink and merchandise at the stadium and two £10 guest tickets for any game during the 2017/18 campaign, plus much more. 

Click here to download a full advance Season Card 2017/18 pricing table

From next season, the Family Area is being relocated to the upper tier of the Lansdown Stand (blocks W7-W9), where the upper concourse will be transformed into a fun-filled section for junior supporters. 

Last season the club saw an increase of 17% for its hugely-popular Under-12 season card and that remains priced at just £50, again including a free replica shirt. This is available anywhere in the stadium, but is FREE when purchased with an adult season card in the Family Area. 

In turn the South Stand corner blocks (S25-S27) will become an unreserved area, with further room  to expand the singing section which, following fan consultation, will be relocated for 2017/18. This leaves the Atyeo Stand for away fans only. 

Bristol Sport continues to offer a scheme to pay monthly for season cards, allowing fans to spread the cost over ten months. This is subject to a £25 fee (per four supporters). 

Meanwhile, fans wishing to bundle up their City season card with a Bristol Rugby one – ready for the Pat Lam revolution – can secure a dual season card, with an overall 10% reduction when purchased during the early bird period at the same time. 

VIP Season Cards are available from £70 per game, the full 2017/18 packages and prices will be available on bristol-sport.co.uk/business/seasonal-hospitality shortly. 

There will be a period before sales begin for supporters currently in the Atyeo Stand and Family Corner to relocate to the new areas. This will take place from Monday, March 20th for five days.

Renewals for all other supporters will then begin on Saturday, March 25th online. Fans will receive personalised e-mails, SMS messages and postcards with instructions of how to renew quickly and simply (please ensure your details are up to date). Existing seats will be reserved until Monday, April 3rd at 10am.

There will be a period for seat moves, before existing Forever Bristol members are given the chance to purchase a season card from Wednesday, April 5th at 10am. General sale will follow from Monday, April 10th online.

The advanced sales period will conclude at 5pm on Friday, April 21st.

Sales will be online and by phone on 0117 963 0600. There will be no sales at the stadium in person. Opening hours for phone sales will be 9am-5pm, with an extension until 7pm on March 20th, 22nd, 27th and March 29th, plus April 3rd, 5th, 10th and 12th.

Current season card holders who aren’t moving seats or changing price categories we will be able to reload their current season card with the 2017/18 season. Therefore, fans should not throw away their existing season cards at the end of this season.

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