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Buy Two Bristol City Tickets Get Third Free

Bristol City are offering supporters three big games for the price of two.

Fans can buy tickets for the home games against Notts County and Sheffield United – and watch either the Fleetwood Town or Port Vale game for FREE.

Adults will pay only £14.40 per game, with under-19s just £9 per game and under-8s on offer at £5.70 per game.

Notts County are the first visitors to Ashton Gate in 2015 on Saturday, January 10th, while Sheffield United – one of the early season promotion favourites – come to town on Saturday, February 14th.

By purchasing tickets for both of those games, fans will then be offered a free ticket for the clash with Fleetwood in BS3 on Saturday, January 31st or the Tuesday, February 10th encounter with Port Vale.

With City riding high at the top of Sky Bet League One, it’s the ideal time to get behind Steve Cotterill’s promotion chasers.

The majority of home games have sold out this season, so this “three for two” offer is the best way to guarantee your seat at some of the most important games in the New Year.

Call 0117 963 0636 to secure your seat and pack the Gate.

Note: This offer must be booked in advance by Friday, January 30th. The same age category ticket must be booked for all three games. All three games must be booked at the same time. Member discounts will apply. All tickets booked are non-refundable and non-transferable. 

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