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Bristol City Half-Season Tickets On Sale

Bristol City half-season tickets are now on general sale, offering supporters the best possible value for the crucial part of the season.

  • Great value offer for Adults, just £15 a game!
  • Perfect Christmas present for Under-12s, includes free replica shirt 
  • Guarantee your seat - Atyeo Stand only, limited availability 
  • On general sale now 

The half-season tickets are situated in the Atyeo Stand and cover the final 12 games of the campaign, beginning with the big Boxing Day encounter against Charlton Athletic.

Adult prices are just £180, working out at just £15 a game. For Under-12s, the price has been set at just £50 and includes a free replica shirt just in time for Christmas.

A half-season ticket makes for a great festive gift and will be available right up until Wednesday, December 23rd, subject to availability.

Bristol Sport chief executive Andrew Billingham said: “As revealed in the recent BBC Price of Football Survey, our season ticket prices already offer great value for money, especially compared to other teams in our division.”

Half-season ticket holders will receive all the same benefits as full season ticket holders; this includes priority on away match tickets, 10% off all food and drink at the stadium and free entry to Under-21 matches at Ashton Gate.

Billingham added: “Due to this season’s reduced capacity we had to cap the number of season tickets available at 12,500 initially, but we will now offer an additional 400 fans the opportunity to guarantee their seat.

“As a season ticket holder this will also offer priority when we release the new West Stand seats for the 2016/17 season.”

Adults and Concessions purchasing a half-season ticket will benefit from a 25% saving against matchday rates*, with Under-22s, Under-19s and Under-12s saving 48%.

PRICES - ATYEO STAND sponsored by Lancer Scott

Adult - £180
Over-65 - £155
Under-22 - £89
Under-19 - £75
Under-12 - £50 (includes free replica shirt)

Tickets can be purchased online via or by calling 0117 963 0600.