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Posted Friday, August 24th 2018

Cheaper Wigan tickets available

City have been contacted by Wigan Athletic regarding a reduction in ticket prices for the upcoming clash at the DW Stadium.

The Sky Bet Championship encounter, which will be screened live on Sky Sports, will be played on Friday, September 21st (7.45pm kick-off).

Supporters who have already purchased their match ticket will be contacted by the Supporter Services team in the next seven days, and the difference will be refunded in full. 

Tickets which have already been issued are now void and new tickets will be sent out or be made available for collection, depending on the original delivery method chosen by the supporter.

City have been handed an initial allocation of 1,014 tickets in the North Stand, with unreserved seating in operation.

NEW TICKET PRICES*

Adult - £10 (originally £25)
Senior 65+ - £10 (originally £15)
Under-18 - £10 (no price change)
Under-11 - £2 (originally £5)

There is no longer an under-5 price category.

Ambulant disabled and wheelchair using supporters are to pay the relevant price category and will receive a free carer if required.

*Prices are exclusive of fees

Tickets will go off sale Friday, September 21st at 10am

SALES PROCEDURE

Season card holders online - Monday, August 20th at 10am
Season card holders phone - Wednesday, August 22nd at 10am
Forever Bristol member online - Friday, August 24th at 10am
Forever Bristol member phone - Tuesday, August 28th at 10am
General sale online -Thursday, August 30th at 10am
General sale phone - Monday, September 3rd at 10am

COACH TRAVEL

CATS coaches will be leaving the Winterstoke car park at 12.30pm. Supporters will be able to park on site, however, it will be on a first-come first-served basis due to an event taking place at Ashton Gate.

Seats cost £26 for season card holders and £31 for all others.

PARKING AT WIGAN

Matchday car parking for supporters is available in car park 1 (Stadium Way, WN5 0UN), priced at £20 per coach, £10 per minibus and £5 per car.

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