Banner image

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. 

Latest News

Fleming named Assistant Manager

Fleming named Assistant Manager

Posted: Wednesday, September 22nd 2021

Trio of Championship games in BS3 set for sale

Trio of Championship games in BS3 set for sale

Posted: Wednesday, September 22nd 2021

Travel information: City Women vs Durham WFC

Travel information: City Women vs Durham WFC

Posted: Wednesday, September 22nd 2021

📝Report: City U23s 1-4 Peterborough United U23s

📝Report: City U23s 1-4 Peterborough United U23s

Posted: Wednesday, September 22nd 2021

Also from Bristol Sport

Harry Randall on England, Sarries and Wasps
Rugby icon

Harry Randall on England, Sarries and Wasps

Harry Randall speaks to Bears TV about his latest call-up to the England training squad, lessons taken from the round one defeat to Saracens and this weekend's clash with Wasps at the Coventry Building Society Arena.

Posted: Wednesday, September 22nd 2021 • Rugby

Derby delight as Premiership Cup draw revealed
Rugby icon

Derby delight as Premiership Cup draw revealed

Bristol Bears will face Exeter Chiefs, Worcester Warriors, Gloucester and Bath in the pool stages of the 2021/22 Premiership Cup.

Posted: Wednesday, September 22nd 2021 • Rugby

Action-packed week for Ashton Gate Stadium
Stadium icon

Action-packed week for Ashton Gate Stadium

After 18 months of empty seats and quiet concourses, Ashton Gate roared back to life last week with an action-packed schedule – from Championship football to glamorous award dinners.

Posted: Wednesday, September 22nd 2021 • Stadium

Flyers form performance and recovery partnership with 2XU
Basketball icon

Flyers form performance and recovery partnership with 2XU

Bristol Flyers is proud to welcome 2XU as a new technical apparel partner.

Posted: Tuesday, September 21st 2021 • Basketball

Xledger continues principal partnership with Bristol Flyers
Basketball icon

Xledger continues principal partnership with Bristol Flyers

Bristol-based Xledger, the cloud-based finance software provider for mid-market organisations, is proud to retain its position as Bristol Flyers’ principal partner.

Posted: Tuesday, September 21st 2021 • Basketball