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Posted Friday, June 15th 2018

Season Cards set for general sale

Thursday (May 6th) is a big day in the supporters’ calendar with Season Cards on general sale at 10am as the club gears up for the 2021/22 campaign.

The current season comes to its close this weekend with City Manager Nigel Pearson already at work on preparations for the 21/22 journey.

Supporters who purchase Season Cards from 10am Thursday, May 6th through to 5pm Tuesday, June 1st will benefit from advanced prices, so fans are encouraged to secure their seats between these dates.

Check here on Thursday at 10am to purchase your 2021/22 Season Card online. They can also be purchased by calling Supporter Services from 10am on 0117 963 0600. Supporters are reminded that phone lines are expected to be very busy and the quickest method is still online.

THE KEY DATES

General sale from:

  • Online and Phone: 10am, Thursday, May 6th

Advanced Pricing Deadline:

  • 5pm, Tuesday, June 1st

THE PRICES

PAY MONTHLY

Supporters can use a pay monthly scheme, which is offered exclusively up until 5pm on Tuesday, June 1st, with the cost of a Season Card split over nine months. The fee for using this scheme is £25 per transaction (a maximum of four Season Cards per transaction). The first monthly payment will be taken on July 1st, 2021 and the last payment on March 1st, 2022.

BENEFITS

  • £10 start-up Rewards balance to spend on merchandise
  • 10% discount in concourses, Coffee Shop and Sports Bar
  • Away and cup ticketing priority
  • Discount on CATS travel for away matches
  • FREE 2021/22 home outfield shirt for Under-12s
  • Member ticket prices for Bristol Bears and Bristol Flyers home league matches
  • 10% discount on Heineken Lounge hospitality (subject to terms and conditions)

All 2020/21 and 2019/20 Season Card holders look out for your full information pack which will arrive in the post next week.

ALL YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED HERE  

A REMINDER OF THE KEY DATES

RAIL/ BARRIER SEATING IN THE SINGING SECTION

The club hopes to have rail seating for the 2021/22 season just as we had planned for the 2020/21 season, however due to the pandemic this was put on hold. 

With this in mind all seats in the designated rail/barrier seating area (S25/S26/S27) are no longer unreserved and a seat must be renewed or selected.  

2020/21 Season Card holders in this area should renew their reserved seat, whilst 2019/20 Season Card holders should select where they would like to sit.

The rails will be installed as soon as possible, and we will update fans once restrictions are lifted, and they will be informed once it is safe to stand. 

Please note persistent standing will not be permitted in any other part of the stadium.

COVID-19 - BUY WITH CONFIDENCE

Our number one priority is to welcome all Season Card holders back to watch Bristol City play at Ashton Gate as soon as possible.

We understand some supporters may be hesitant to renew their Season Card due to a risk of ongoing restrictions being put in place. We can reassure all supporters that should any further restrictions prohibit us from being able to welcome a Season Card holder back, a pro-rata refund will be one of the options available.

ALL YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED HERE  

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