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City Half-Season Cards On Sale Monday

Bristol City fans can join the journey for the final 12 games of 2016/17 by purchasing a half-season card later this month.

  • Secure a seat for the final 12 games of the season
  • Buy now to get 13th game free versus Preston
  • Half-season cards go on sale from Monday at 10am

As an added bonus, any fan that purchases before 3pm on Saturday, December 17th will also be able to claim a FREE ticket for City’s festive time clash with Preston North End at Ashton Gate.

With the likes of Wolves, Cardiff City, Norwich City, QPR and Sheffield Wednesday all due to visit City’s redeveloped 27,000-seater home in the New Year, there’s never been a better time to guarantee your seat.

City are just three points outside the Sky Bet Championship play-off zone and will be looking to strengthen their position further in the second half of the season. Exciting and attractive football has helped draw bumper crowds averaging 20,000.

A half-season card works out great value from just £18 a game for adults if you buy before December 17th, while under-19 rates average out at £6 per game.

The hugely-popular under-12 offering still comes with a free replica shirt, subject to availability.

Half-season card holders will also receive the usual priority and discount benefits, and all prices include the £20 upgrade to PLUS membership for the remainder of the campaign.

City head coach Lee Johnson said: “The support we’ve had this season has been fantastic and I can’t thank our supporters enough.

“It has led to some great atmospheres at the newly-redeveloped stadium. That can only improve with even more season card holders joining up for the business end of the campaign.

“Please continue to get behind the lads and enjoy the rigours and the spectacle that is Championship football.”

Bristol Sport chief executive Andrew Billingham said: “Bristol City has already attracted record season card numbers in excess of 13,600 and we are seeing further growth all the time.

“A half-season card offers the best possible value for the remainder of the campaign and I’m sure many more supporters will want to join up to support Lee and the team in the crucial part of the season.”

Sales will begin at 10am on Monday, November 28th, and remember anyone who purchases before December 17th will be able to secure a free ticket for the Christmas time clash with Preston. This offer can also be claimed online, simply by adding a half-season card and a Preston home ticket into your basket.

Alternatively, call Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600 from 10am on Monday to buy a half-season card.

Matches Date
Preston North End* Saturday, December 17th
Reading Saturday, January 2nd
Cardiff City Saturday, January 14th
Sheffield Wednesday Tuesday, January 31st
Rotherham United Saturday, February 4th
Fulham Saturday, February 18th
Burton Albion Saturday, March 4th
Norwich City Tuesday, March 7th
Huddersfield Town Saturday, March 18th
Wolves Saturday, April 8th
QPR Friday, April 14th
Barnsley Saturday, April 22nd
Birmingham City Saturday, May 7th


* Free for fans purchasing a half-season card before 3pm on December 17th

PRICES

SOUTH STAND: Adult - £231, Senior Citizen/Under-25/Disabled - £179, Under-22 - £92, Under-19 - £76, Under-12 - £72.

FAMILY CORNER: Adult & Under-12 - £253

DOLMAN WINGS: Adult - £263, Senior Citizen/Under-25/Disabled - £203, Under-22 - £142, Under-19 - £76, Under-12 - £72.

DOLMAN CENTRE: Adult - £282, Senior Citizen/Under-25/Disabled - £221, Under-22 - £152, Under-19 - £76, Under-12 - £72.

WEST (LOWER) WINGS: Adult - £306, Senior Citizen/Under-25/Disabled - £237, Under-22 - £164, Under-19 - £76, Under-12 - £72.

WEST (LOWER) CENTRE: Adult - £342, Senior Citizen/Under-25/Disabled - £263, Under-22 - £182, Under-19 - £76, Under-12 - £72.

Note: All prices include Season Card PLUS membership. If you would prefer not to benefit from PLUS membership, a £20 reduction applies. Concession rates apply to age as of August 1st 2016. Proof of age will be required for all concessionary tickets. Under-12s can claim a free shirt (subject to availability) by visiting the Bristol Sport Store before May 7th; postage option available subject to additional £4 charge. Prices above are inclusive of all fees.

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